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Contents 

Student Life 4 

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CCuSs & 

Organizations 70 

Seniors 96 

Shorts 130 

Advertising 190 



Once Were Lost... 




Newton North High School 
360 Lowell Avenue 
Newtonville, Massachusetts 

Population 1600 
Volume 81 



A s we walked into school four years ago as freshmen, we didn't 
know what to expect from Newton North. We timidly looked 
M ^A around the school and wondered how we could possibly fit 
M into this enormous complex. Standing on Main Street hun- 

dreds of unfamiliar faces swept past, seemingly unaware 
M^^^^^^^ of us. Our entire class was branded with a single 
M idenhty.freslwien . 

^^^^ At the beginning of this "clueless year," we struggled 
to find our classes, and usually forgotten our pencil or homework once we got 
there. Slowly, however, we became acquainted with the school; and could 
soon find our classes, our friends and our lockers. Looking around Main Street 
we noticed signs inviting us to join clubs, attend meetings or watch sports 
events. Suddenly, we realized that we wanted to get involved. 

During sophomore year, we were in limbo. The "I got lost" excuse for 
tardiness no longer held water with teachers, but closed campus still limited us. 
We began to follow our different interests, joining everything from the football 
team to Thoughtprints.. In class we got to know teachers who helped us explore 
our interests and feel more comfortable in the school. Main Street was not just 
an impersonal corridor, but was now an exciting place, always full of activity 
and people. As we headed for our dreaded junior year that summer, we 
mourned the loss of two classmates. 

While we stressed about S.A.T.'s and Achievements, we adjusted to the 
closing of Palmer House and commons room, as well as the removal of 500 
lockers in Riley and Bacon houses. Dividing our time among friends, homework 
and activities, we became active members of the North community. Our class- 
mates ran for office, served in soup kitchens, wrote articles for the Newtonite, 
scored goals and "adopted" little brothers and sisters. As much as we hated 
become a part of the cliche, we had to admit that we were "making a differ- 
ence." 

Suddenly, senior year was upon us. As the oldest and boldest in the school 
we found Riley Commons carrying our name, the "Senior Commons." We 
landed choice lockers in the first locker lottery. Mr. Marini. our new principal, 
welcomed us back, promising to get to know each and everyone of us. Despite 
the stress of the next year's plans and the excitement of the prom and gradu- 
ation, we had the time to look around and see ourselves as individuals and as 
a cohesive class. Instead of a faceless, scared bunch of kids lumped together 
as "freshman," we were now a group of individuals with our own interests and 
a class spirit. 

The challenge of finding our own niche at North made us more confident 
people. If we can bring our confidence and our memories with us into our 
futures, then our four years at North have been a success. 




"Oh neat, a twinkie!" - Seniors Liz Glazier and Carrie Branch try to swap their 
peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for senior Erika Snyder's more tasty lunch. 



Bzzzzzzzz! ! ! Knocking the an- 
noying alarm clock onto the floor, 
you face the harsh reality of get- 
ting up and going to school. Me- 
:hanically you get ready for the 
day, stuffing a Pop Tart in your 
mouth as you hurry to catch your 
ride. You are not awake until you 
:limb the stairs at the Elm Road 
entrance. 

"Get to homeroom! It's 8:15!" 
he hall patrol yells at you. Sit- 
ing in a stupor in homeroom, you 
hink about the homework you 
lid not complete last night. Six 
ong blocks stretch out in front of 
/ou as you lay your head on the 
lesk and wonder dejectedly, 
'Why am I here?" 

We have all had days like these, 
A'hen our classes lasted forever, 
vhen the school felt like a prison, 
md, worst of all, when we didn't 
lave double lunch. We spent 
hese days whining to friends. 



hiding out between the library 
stacks or falling asleep in the 
commons room. 

Sometimes these days stretched 
into weeks or even months and "I 
hate school" became our favorite 
expression. "The cafeteria is 
nasty. My classes are boring. My 
locker is too small. I have too 
much homework. My picture is 
never in the Newtonite . I never 
get a good space on Hull Street." 

As much truth as there may be 
in these grievances, the real truth 
is that we love to complain. Over 
the past four years, we all have 
devoted a substantial amount of 
time complaining about different 
aspects of school. In reality, how- 
ever, we were lucky. We had 
open campus, triumphant sports 
teams, an award-winning newspa- 
per, innovative foreign exchanges 
and Deli Works once a week. A 
quick look around Main Street 



showed us that there was no 
"typical" student at North; eve- 
ryone of us had different inter- 
ests and lifestyles. This diver- 
sity added to our experience 
here, giving us a clearer picture 
of the real world. 

We all had our off-days, or 
off-months or off-semesters, but 
when we reflect on our experi- 
ence here, the first thing that 
comes to mind will not be those 
crazy mornings when we won- 
dered "why?" Instead we will 
probably remember laughing 
with friends on Main Street, 
playing in championship games, 
performing in the Lasker Audi- 
torium, working at bake sales or 
watching classmates lip sync in 
the cafeteria. 

For better or for worse, we 
have all survived four years at 
North. But didn't we get more 
out of it than just surviving? 




"But I don't want to go to 

class!"- Seniors Liz Glazier, Ned 
Armsby and Joe Yin carry Clare 
Golden, a victim of senior slump, 
to math class. 

"I've fallen, and I can't get up" 

— Helpless with laughter, senior 
Carolyn Barth collapses on the 
floor. 




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Domino Effect —Junior Clara Browne, seniors Julie Litman, Arturo Clemente, Evy Caceda, 
Annette Boyd, Will Sanders, and sophomores Dawn Austen, Amara Fraley and Clara Bonano 

relax on the library stairs. 

"No study halls for us" - Taking advantage of open campus, seniors John Adams and 

Susan Carvelli hang out during a free. 

"And then he said" — Senior Cathy Richards keeps Michele Sonia up to date on her love life. 





Where's the Bacon? -- Seniors Lynne Annapole, Ricardo 
Cortez, Chris Boyce, liyana Goldwasser, Claudy Levin, 
Joyce Shems and junior Jared Leeds lounge around in wiiat 
used to be Bacon House. 



Beauty Contest -- Sharing a friendly smile with the camera, seniors Julie 
Thompson and Helene Kelly enjoy a moment together. 



Presidential duties -- Junior class president Noah Rienhart 
plans activities while walking to class. 



Prime tanning hours -- While catching up on his 
reading, senior Scott McCarley manages to catch 
some rays. 




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"What do you want for Christmas?" -- Seniors Lenore Fleming and Susan Lipoma pass the 
time in class chatting about Santa Claus. 




Check out the meniscus -- Science teacher David Belmsarsh shows his 

chemistry students how to measure correctly. Guess what? - Senior Caity Riley describes her weekend ad- 

ventures to her good friend, senior Yani Kilpatrick. 




by Allison Jacobs 

The heavy odor of cafete- 
ria food washes over your 
body. You notice the color- 
ful flags from all countries 
that hang from the ceiling, 
the twisted, abstract murals 
on the walls and the drab 
curtains covering the win- 
dows. From the stairs, you 
can see the long tables 
crowded with students 
eating, chatting with friends 
and finishing homework. 
Ah, the joys of the cafeteria. 

Jeremy Alper, a senior, 
usually eats in the cafeteria 
instead of going out for 
lunch to avoid "the rush to 
class." Although he particu- 
larly enjoys the grilled 
cheese, today he decides to 
eat a Greek salad. Behind 
Jeremy is another ethnic 
salad, this one painted on the 
wall, the latest addition to 
the caf decor. 

Senior Katie Harrington 
could often be spotted eating 
a salad or a peanut-butter 
and jelly sandwich. "I 
would like to the thank the 
people behind the cafeteria 
scene, who makes these 
delicious sandwiches," she 
said. 



The Bobbli pizza is the 
highlight of the cafeteria 
menu for senior David 
Travis, although it is only 
offered "once in blue moon, 
it costs more, but it is quality 
pizza." Some students who 
do not think the cafeteria 
lunches are up to par often 
resort to buying junk food 
such as ice cream sand- 
wiches, chocolate chip cook- 
ies or a bag of chips. Other 
students have been satisfied 
with the salad bar or the re- 
cently created Deli Works 
which offers subs. 

Mike Robertson, a senior, 
says that he does not like 
anything about the cafeteria. 
"I ate there on the first day of 
freshman year and I have not 
returned since." 

While eating what he 
"would like to call a cheese- 
burger," senior Jesse Weg- 
man complains about the 
cramped seating at the 
tables. "You can't really 
whine about though, because 
you can always eat outside." 

On sunny days during the 
fall and spring, the Mall out- 
side the caf becomes a popu- 
lar spot for students to eat 
and sun bathe, if they are 



willing to put up with pesky 
bees. 

As freshmen and sopho- 
mores, many students are en- 
ticed by the tasty food of 
Newtonville to disregard the 
closed campus policy for 
underclassmen. Ritchie's 
Place's "special" (two hot 
dogs and a soda for two 
dollars) and Newtonville 
Pizza's slice-for-a-dollar are 
popular lunch items for 
many. 

In the back of underclass- 
mens' minds lurks the fear of 
being apprehended by a fac- 
ulty member. Senior Rosem- 
ine Occean remembers," 
When I was a freshman, I ran 
into Mr. Adams, my house- 
master, in Newtonville. I 
didn't know what to do, so I 
just said 'hi'." 

To escape the oppressive 
atmosphere of the cafeteria, 
many students brought their 
lunches to "illegal" places 
such as the library stairs, the 
commons rooms or locker 
rows. Hoping to escape de- 
tection by faculty hall patrols, 
students put cold drinks and 
ice cream up their sleeves or 
in their pockets. Strict hall 
patrollers have been known 



to chase offenders all the way 
down to Hull Street to make a 
student throw out a drink. 

With the freedom of open 
campus and drivers' licenses, 
juniors and seniors often 
drive to places such as Papa 
Gino's, Parkside Deli or 
McDonalds in search of a 
tasty lunch. 

"Double lunch is key," 
Travis said, "because you 
have time to go out for a nice 
lunch." Midnite Foods on 
Washington Street is his 
favorite place to eat because 
he is friendly with the em- 
ployees. 

Senior Bobby 
Edmonston's lunch spot of 
choice is Franco's on Moody 
Street, because of "the cheap 
calzones and good video 
game." 

Others use lunch in a more 
creative way. Senior Ricardo 
Cortes likes to hang out at 
Ski Market during double 
lunches. "If I can't go to Ski 
Market, I watch snowboar- 
ding vidoes and eat birthday 
cake." he said. 

"Sometimes school gets 
too crazy. That's when it's 
time to go out for lunch." 





Lunching lightly -- 

Sharing a Slush 
Puppic. seniors Niicia 
Manifold and Annette 
Boyd. LaShanda 
Banks and junior 
Tomika Cribb hang 
out at Riley tree. 



Cruisin' with the girls -- 

Seniors Meredith Leonard, 
Jennifer Murphy and Kelly 
Hunter drive away in .search 
of food. 




amburglar- Senior Robert Collela 
turns from McDonald's with a 
appy Meal. 




Those Guys-- Juniors Harry Lowd, Jeremy Eichler, Jon Churchill 
and Noah Reinhardt write inspirational poetry while finishing 
their lunches. 



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An apple a day keeps the F's 
away -- Junior Deva Lieberman 
brushes up on her history while 
munching on a Granny apple. 



"If only we had double lunch" 

- Before heading to the caf, 
seniors Susan Salter and Jen 
Satran dream about going out 
for lunch. 



Chocolate milk taste test 

-- During second lunch, 
seniors Ari Zarchan. Gena 
St. Louis and Mindy 
Herrin sip dairy products. 



Sharing the laughter, the tears and the food -- A crowd of 
friends gather for a memorable lunch. 



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by Maria Bianci 

The college applica- 
tions had finally been 
mailed. Jobs had been 
secured for next year. 
You already had enough 
credits to graduate. 
Three and a half years of 
hard work lay behind 
you. And what lay 
ahead? Senior Slump! 

For many seniors, this 
much-fabled, much- 
anticipated time arrived 
around Febuary. What 
made this "slacking-off' 
so sweet was the stress 
that preceded it. 

SAT's and Achieve- 
ment tests still haunted 



many students during the 
fall, with renewed pres- 
sure to do well. Papers, 
projects and tests piled 
up during each term. 

Added to all this was 
the stress about next year 
and the rest of your life. 

Whether applying to 
college or getting job, 
parent, teachers and 
friends were constantly 
asking "Where are you 
applying to?" or "What 
are you doing next 
year?" 

So for a few months 
we really buckled down . 
. . until senior slump hit. 
Teachers warned us 



strongly against it, often 
denying that there was 
such a thing as "senior 
slump." We knew better. 

Vl tried not to slack off, 
but it happened anyway," 
Lynn Gorgone said. 

"I enjoyed senior 
slump very much," said 
senior Ben Carliner. 
Like many students, he 
had classes that ended 
after the first semester, 
leaving him with more 
free time. 

Other seniors felt that 
senior slump was nothing 
new. Gillian Lockwood 
confessed, "I went 
through freshmen, 



sophomore and junior 
slump, so I saw no rea- 
son to rock the boat and 
avoid senior slump." 

"More time to enjoy 
life," A.J. McAffery said, 
summing up what senior 
slump meant to him. "I 
had more time hang out 
with my friends and go 
on fun adventures." 

Whether it meant 
taking off every other 
day for the beach or only 
doing three hours of 
homework instead of 
five, senior slump met 
our expectations of fun 
and relaxation. 





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"Whatever"-- Senior Ned Armsby realizes that he 
has slept through the first three blocks of the day. 

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I should have had a V-S- Senior Josh Bonus 
finds that his Wheaties are not enough to get 
him through his busy day. 




Just stvlin'— Seniors Ricardo Cortes and Isak Groskind 



Only one more block to go! -- Seniors Bobby Busa, Steven Bagley, Kamau 
Harris, Nicic Tempesta, Ciiris Flagg, Pasquale Russo, Steven Borclli and David 
Ledger contemplate whether they can muke it through the day. 




What a day! -- 

Seniors Tara Rohanna 
and Anne Zaremba are 
amazed how slow the 



wonder where they should snowboard this weekend. 




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Just good friends -- Perched on 
Riley tree, juniors Loryn Nash 
and Steven Schur have a heart- 
to-heart chat. 

We love school -- Seniors 
Anna Demeo and Ushma 
Upadhyay flash smiles on their 
way to their lockers. 

Ear to ear - Art teacher Sandra 
Truant grins as she hangs up a 
painting display. 






What's so funny? -- Seniors 
Mike Mitchell , Lisa Russo and 
Julie Vermette laugh at a clever 
yearbook caption. 

Family circle -After a long day 
junior Sandra Rametta and her 
sister, Sabrina, are happy to see 
each other. 



Enjoying the weather -- Seniors Mike 
Finney, Laura Morrissey, Jason MacLellan, 
and Robert Hamilton breathe in the fresh 
morning air. 



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Relaxing - Junior Brian M:.l.' m> nds a i|uict moinL-ni alone 
before beginning a busy da\ 



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Seance -- Playing a strange, 
mystical game, seniors Mike 
Arick, Eric Levine and junior 
Steve Waxberg have out-of- 
body experiences. 

"Those crazy teens" — While 
catching some rays, juniors 
Eric LeBruin, Leo Chamily, 
Gina Baccari and senior Robert 
Collela do their own thing. 




One potato two potato -- Seniors Eden Isenstein, junior 
Claudia Schnipper, Kristen Chapelle and Jen Lowe play 
games. 



In his own world -- Senior Chad Dixon stares off into 
space. 




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Sporting the jersey -- Thinking about the big game, 
senior Gus Svartstrom passes his books to his locker. 

Showing ethnic diversity -- Riley Housemaster Scott 
Guild dresses up as an Arab in the spirit of North's 
community. 



All set to go -- Senior 

Elias Temboulopolis, 
freshman Kevser Kaleli 
and seniors Mike 
Rosensweig, Timmy 
Schunaman. and Maria 
Caruso head out to 
watch a football game. 




"Newton North is#l!" -- 

Before the pep rally, seniors 
Michael Ell. Kerry Reed. 
William Sanders, Evy 
Caceda. Clara Bonano, Nikia 
Manifold, Annette Boyd, 
LaShanda Banks, Mike 
Daniels and Tomika Cribb 
cheer for the tigers. 



"What's the meaning of 
life?" -- Junior Rachel 
Goldsmith asks juniors Lori 
Solomon, Chris D'Agistino, 
Brian Salmonson, Matt 
Bergstresser and senior Jon 
Shocket meaningful 
questions as they cheer on the 
soccer team. 





"Go team go" -- Seniors Dan Finkelstein and Jeremy Pozer| 
watch the Tiger's clobber Brookline. 

Yay! - Seniors Deb Lifson, Mike Kadish and Kristen OlsotJ 
jump for joy after hearing that the football team won. 



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[im Salemme and Rachel Hitch 
lorace Mann Class of '84 



Tory Clemente 




rena Lieberman, Anissa Toscano, Carolyn Barth, and Deb Lifson 



Stayin' Alive -- 

Keeping the spirit of 
disco alive, seniors 
Aimee AuCoin and 
Karen Faraca show 
off their best 1970's 
fashions. 

Hmmm -- The 

judges. History and 
Social Sciences 
teacher John 
Amoroso. Secretary 
Diane Antonellis 
and Art Department 
head Sandra Truent 
make a decision. 



Follow the Yellow Brick Road -- Capturing the first place title, seniors Sheb 
Kelly, Tracy Russel, Teresa Coppola, Nikki Ashford, Kelly Hunter, Jen Murph 
Mike Sutherland, Mike Vansouath and Mike Finney dress up as the cast from th 

Wizard of Oi 




"Hey, what about my costume?" -- Head 
and shoulders above the crowd, senior Drew 
Matzkin steals the camera's eye. 

Body Language -- Junior Chris Linchwinter 
easily won the most outrageous costume 

award. 



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)y Andrea Useem 

Halloween ... the word 
ised to make our mouths 
^ater in anticipation of the 
i)ags of treats we would 
collect. Elementary school 
ound us parading around in 
)lastic Darth Vader cos- 
umes, which was the extent 
pf our creativity. 

Although Halloween still 
"inds us munching on candy 
ill day long, we realize that 
he days of trick-or-treating 
ire over. But what outlet do 
ve have for our now-orginal 
;ostume ideas? The annual 
Halloween contest, sponsored 
^y the senior class, was the 
inswer. 

A noisy and critical audi- 



ence filled the stands of the 
exhibition gym to cheer on 
our classmates to glory or hu- 
miliation. The brave students 
in costume lined up, waiting 
for the senior class officers to 
announce them. Class 
president Ben Ross, dressed 
as a "monstrosity," complete 
with a skirt and wig, was 
accompanied by three prison 
inmates, known during the 
rest of the year as the other 
senior class officers. 

As each contestant paraded 
through the gym, the crowd 
voiced its immediate ap- 
proval (or disapproval.) The 
four faculty judges, history 
and social sciences teacher 
John Amoroso, secretary 
Diane Antonellis, Riley 



housemaster Scott Guild and 
art department head Sandra 
Truant, carefully eyed each 
group, looking for originality 
and creative performance. 
Junior Chris Lynchwinter left 
no holds barred for his per- 
formance, strutting across the 
stage in his risque outfit, 
easily capturing the most 
outrageous costume award. 
Popular movies inspired 
several outfits, from the 
violent "Clockwork Orange" 
to the fairy-tale "The Wizard 
of Oz" to the frightening 
"Bride of Frankenstein." 

Emulating the spirit of the 
1960's, seniors Adriana 
Maixner, Julie Kelly and 
Michelle Barry raided their 
mothers' closets and dressed 



up like go-go dancers. Simi- 
larly nostalgic, seniors Aimee 
AuCoin and Karen Faraca 
dressed up as disco-loving 
victims of 1970's fashion. 

While the judges convened 
to make a tough decision, the 
cheerleaders entertained the 
crowd, following a long-time 
Halloween tradition. 

The envelope please! The 
cast of the "Wizard of Oz" 
captured first prize. 

As students stampeded out 
of the gym to enjoy Hallow- 
een festivities, many were 
inspired to reach new heights 
of originality for next year's 
contest. Perhaps some were 
even inspired to dig out that 
old Darth Vader costume and 
go ring some door bells. 



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Identity crisis -- Sophomores Jason C oiiillurd and Hosca Richardson 
pertomi their lip sync to Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice. 

Straddle -- Senior Rebecca Berry and i\u> n. Mih, i , . • h, r "crew" show off 
their dancing skills. 





Barbara Ann-- Seniors Dakota LaCroix, 
Alejandro Caminos. and juniors Jarrod Leeds, 
and Noah Reinhardt perform a Beach Boys 
classic. 

Expression - Juniors Ursula Liang, Tanya Jones, 
George Whitesides, and Lizbeth Harris dance 
their way into first place. 

Attitude problem - Juniors Amy Glovsky and 
Fennel Doyle look on disapprovingly. 



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Hidden camera -- Seniors Stu 
Savage and Veronica Rogers find 
they are not alone. 

Mirror image — Senior Rachel 
Hitch wonders who she is rubbing 
backs with. 

Aerial view - Seniors Jon Shocket, 
Rachel Taylor, Greta Alter, and Josh 
Peterson are spotted hanging out in 
Riley Commons during lunch. 

He said what? - Freshman Darleen 
Fortenez catches up on a little 
gossip with senior George 
Carrington during lunch. 




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Double trouble -- Senior couples Stefanie DeSantis, Bobby Trudo, Brian Rooney 

and Deb Satter look up from a deep discussion. 





Pretty Woman -- Senior Shannon 
Sharpe pretends she's at a modeUing 
vhoot on Main Street. 

Bin st nior - Aaron MenitolT seems 
liir;jv r than lite as he hovers over his 

Kit kcT 

Deep stutT -- Seniors Jen Lowe, 
Andrea Kiehniond. and A.J. McCaffrey 
discuss the liner points ol phdosophy. 

Dreaming of a sub -- Much to her 
dismay senior Jocie Kasper is forced to 
inish up some homework during 
lunchtimc. 




Brown eyed girls - Senior brunettes Anna Demeo and Lillian Pulsone flash 

some charming smiles. 

Sideburns -- Senior Greg Curry reads while seniors Brian McCarthy __/yTTv 
and Michelle Barry talk to Lou Kaufman about the contest he's entering. I 1 



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Thursday September 5, 1990 8:00 a.m. -- Empty chairs enjoy their last peaceful moments. 



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by Scott Mazur 

When we started high 
school, we all could read and 
write, but who had learned 
how to speak a second lan- 
guage fluently? Who knew 
how to take apart and reas- 
semble an automobile en- 
gine? Who could write a 
fifteen page research paper 
without simply copying from 
an encyclopedia? How many 
people knew what career they 
were interested in? Which of 
us had been able to really 
develop our talents in art, 
music, and technical/voca- 
tional programs? 

Since that first day in Sep- 



tember of 1987, we have all 
been able to experience a 
piece of what a Newton 
North education has to offer. 

Newton North is renowned 
for its excellence across the 
academic spectrum. Since all 
students don't enjoy the same 
subjects, it is essential that 
there be something of interest 
for everyone. 

For this reason, Newton 
North does not specialize in 
any one area. Instead, it 
operates in the true sense of a 
liberal arts education. 

To make sure that all stu- 
dents take advantage of the 
many different subjects 
offered, there are basic 



distribution requirements thai 
must be met in physical edu- 
cation, the arts, mathematics. 
English, and the physical, 
biological, and social sci- 
ences. 

To supplement a rigorous 
academic schedule, students 
can elect to take courses from 
the music, art, business, and 
technical/vocational depart- 
ments. In addition, several 
special programs are offered, 
such as New Start, EdCo, 
SPARC, Driver's Education, 
culinary work in the Tiger's 
Loft, and work with pre- 
school children at Plow- 
shares. 

Newton North has an ex- 



' ned faculty 
who enjoy teaching students 
the beauty and the value of 
their subjects. They go out 
of their way both to aid 
students in the pursuit of 
knowledge and to convince 
others who are not 
interested, of the impor- 
tance of an education. 

The message is simple. 
If one were to take advan- 
tage of all that Newton 
North had to offer, one 
could rest assured that the 
preparation would be 
sufficient to pursue any, and 
all future plans. 




"I wish I understood this," -- 

Sophomore Keyran Walsh agonizes 
over a reading assignment. 

Separation anxiety -- Senior Beth 
Ann D'Agastino passes in her term 
paper. 

Each to his own -- Senior Chris 
Cucinotta edits a paper while math 
teacher Richard Mackler reads up on 
Pythagorean proverbs. 




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Don't you just love Freud? -- Seniors Dory Julakis. Eileen Nowak. Jen Satran 
and junior Lizbeth Harris en joy the finer points of psychology class. 




How interesting - Senior Matt Jacobs ponders over the success of Pereslroika 

in the Soviet Union. 



Sood question -- Seniors Josh Liberman, Jeremy Posen, Steve Bagley, Brandon 
rtehir, Jarrod Maclean, David Carballo, Josh Pederson, and David Fiske 
;ontempiate the meaning of life. 



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What a breezel -- Senior Peter Kassakian appears to be focussed on his math honiew ork. 



What an athlete -- Senior Dave Anderson attcnipls to vaull over 

senior Joe Yin's head. 





I think I'd like it here — Prosepective 
students learn more about Brown 
University. 




by Jeremy Alper 

"Every student at North can 
find a school out there. . . It's 
important to show the broad 
spectrum of schools," com- 
mented Joan Subrin, a coun- 
selor at the Career Center who 
helped organize two School and 
College Nights at Newton 
North. 

At these gatherings, students 
and parents were able to talk 
informally with representatives 
from various schools and 
colleges. 

Also present were organiza- 
tions such as the U.S. Air Force 
ROTC and the U.S. Army 
National Guard. 

During the evenings the cafe- 
teria filled up. Curious candi- 
dates and their often-perplexed 
parents surrounded the different 
tables where representatives 
were ready to field their ques- 
tions. 

Visitors were able to pick up 
brochures and other information 
about schools as well as cards to 
send away for applications. 

They could also chat about 



the schools to try to find a good 
match between the student and 
the school. 

Some students attended in 
order to start the process of 
finding a suitable school. Ol- 
iver Pierson, a junior, said it 
was the "first step of getting 
into college." 

Other juniors and seniors 
who had been struggling 
through the college admissions 
process found the night to be 
helpful in traveling one step 
farther toward their goal of 
finding the school of their 
choice. 

Michael Shishov, a senior, 
said, "I came to clear up the 
confusion I had about colleges 
and to narrow down my broad 
list." 

North's new principal, Mr. 
V. James Marini, was im- 
pressed with the two nights. He 
thought the nights were a 
terrific opportunity for parents 
and students to "get specific 
questions answered in a non- 
threatening way." 

When asked whether he 
thought the schools were trying 



to impress students, he an- 
swered, "These colleges know 
the caliber of our students, and 
you'd better believe they're 
trying to look their best." 

As students and parents 
exited, laden with piles of 
papers from different represen- 
tatives and often juggling a 
cookie and a drink which the 
Newton Nprth cheerleaders 
sold, it was clear that the 
evenings were a great success. 

All who attended the School 
and College Nights were 
provided with an opportunity to 
help clarify the whole admis- 
sions process, for which man\ 
had been preparing for four 
years. 



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by Karl Munkelwitz 

Discovering a place to 
express themselves, students in 
the art department transformed 
ideas and perceptions into 
works of art. But this year, 
even the department had a 
transformation. 

Because of the retirement of 
department head Daveda 
Movitz, and the loss of the Art 
History course, the department 
needed to make changes. These 
changes included appointing 
Sandra Truant as the new 
department head and adding 



teacher Christopher Small. The 
staff, which also included Erika 
Chisholm and Bernard 
Flanagan, taught classes in art, 
calligraphy, and photography. 

The art department continued 
to offer Art Major I for begin- 
ners, and Art Major II for inter- 
mediates. The combined Art 
Major III and Art Major IV 
class was for advanced students. 

These courses all covered 
drawing, painting, printmaking, 
and sculpture, but the more ad- 
vanced classes had a stronger 
emphasis on studio work and 
the development of a portfolio. 



Students learned not only 
from classroom instruction, but 
also from lectures by visiting 
artists, and from trips to the 
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. 
At the museum, they observed 
famous pieces of artwork. 

The students were able to 
exhibit their own work in the art 
room, on a wall near the main 
office, and in display cases on 
Main Street and in the library. 
By exhibiting their work, art 
students visually communicated 
their thoughts and interpreta- 
tions to the Newton North 
community. 





Messy -- Senior Charlene Zheng puts the finishing touches on her self-portrait. 



Repetition ~ 

Senior Au Ly 
practices his 
calligraphy. 

First you dip the 
pen ~ Art teacher 
Erika Chisholm 
demonstrates India 
Ind technique to 
sophomore Tu-Yen 
Ter. 






"Haste Thee Nymph" -- 

Seniors Kevin Blume, David 
Travis, Matt Laufer and Allan 
Wellenstein rehearse their part. 




The pied piper -- Senior Irena 
Lieberman practices the piccolo before 
Wind Ensemble. 




j<W» -1 



by Michael Shishov 

When Leonard Bernstein 
passed away in October of 
1990, the world realized the 
great impression he had left in 
all of our lives through music. 
Bernstein wished to make music 
a part of everyone's life- not 
just through the radio or ear- 
phones, but through the heart 
and soul. Such is the goal of 
the Newton North music 
department according to Mr. 
Eric Benjamin, the conductor of 
the orchestra. 

Mr. Benjamin said that his 
musicians play "to have a better 
relationship with music and to 
find their own capacities and 
limitations through work, 
commitment, and teaching." 

He said that there are three 
main experiences in music- 
physical, emotional, and 
intellectual. The physical 
experience can be thought of as 



breathing into a wind instru- 
ment or singing with one's 
voice. The emotional side deals 
with the feelings one has while 
music is performed, and after 
the performance is completed. 

Benjamin said that "music 
can make you cry; it can relax 
you and also excite you to the 
point where you lose control of 
yourself." Finally, the intellec- 
tual side of music is the experi- 
ence and history behind the 
music. "People from different 
times and countries are brought 
together through music", 
Benjamin said. 

It is clear that there is an 
amazing complexity to music 
that can be experienced if one 
listens to it or performs it. 
According to Mr. Benjamin, the 
members of the Symphonic 
Band, Wind Ensemble. Jazz 
Ensemble, Vocal Ensemble, 
Concert Choir, Family Singers, 
Orchestra, and the Sisters, 



performed extremely challeng- 
ing pieces. 

The orchestra performed 
Beethoven's "Fifth Symphony." 
which Benjamin considered "a 
landmark piece" for his orches- 
tra. 

The Family Singers collabo- 
rated with the orchestra to 
perform a full-staged, abridged 
production of Mozart's "The 
Marriage of Figaro" and trav- 
elled to Pittsburgh to play in the 
All-Eastern Music Festival. 

With the talent that Newton 
North possesses, it is no wonder 
that the music department 
performed and performed, and 
will continue to perform some 
of the most difficult pieces ever 
created. According to Mr. 
Benjamin, all of the musicians 
benefitted greatly from their 
participation this year, and we 
can all benefit from music 
forever. 




Tuning up -- Senior Maggie Flynn and sophomore Clinton Dewing gel ready 
for an Orchestra rehearsal. 

Jammin' -- Seniors Jesse Wegman, Car! Aschkenasi, and Ben Cosloy perform 

for foreign exchange students. 



All together now -- The Symphonic Band perfects its latest piece. 






How cute! - Freshman Mariam 
Sarkarati reads Jon Occean a story at 
Plowshares. 



"New Start 

means that I get to 
prove myself to my 
family, my friends, 
teachers, and most of 

all, to myself, " 
-Senior William Bren- 
nan. 




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by Benjamin Weiner 

The Plowshares day care 
center serves a dual purpose. 
For working parents, it was a 
place where they could leave 
their children to be looked after. 
For many students, it was a 
valuable educational resource. 

Those taking Kathleen 
Hennigan's Early Child Devel- 
opment class used the day care 
center for both educational 
observation, and for "on the 
job" experience in childcare. 
Plowshares helped Child 
Development students to 
practice what they had learned, 
as well as to experience what, 
for many, could be a future 
career. 

S.P.A.R.C., or Senior Pro- 
gram of Alternatives to Regular 
Classes, provided seniors in 
their second semester with an 
alternative to the much heralded 
"senior slump." Seniors in this 



program participated in intern- 
ships in fields of their choice. 

According to Jeanne White, 
the program's chair, "Intern- 
ships provide opportunities for 
personal growth and career 
exploration, as well as a chance 
to gain direct work experience 
in a particular field of interest." 

Driver's Education, a se- 
mester long course prepared 
students to obtain their licences. 

According to Norman 
Swerling, the driver's education 
instructor, the class incorpo- 
rated gory, but educational 
films with book learning and 
class discussion, to condition 
students to be "smart" drivers. 

Upon receiving their permits, 
students were able to take "On 
the Road" instruction which 
included at least six driving 
lessons. After having com- 
pleted both the classroom and 
the driving sections of the class, 
students were eligible to take 



the driving test to receive their 
licences as soon as they were 
sixteen and a half. 

The Tiger's Loft, North's 
student run, faculty restaurant, 
provided students interested in 
culinary arts with an opportu- 
nity to run an actual restaurant. 
Staffers wei:e either members ol 
the Culinary Arts exploratory 
class, or were enrolled in the 
fifteen period major, in prepaia 
tion for careers in the food 
industry. 

Under the guidance of Bill 
O'Neill and Lisa McKenney. 
the students prepared entrees, a 
salad bar, a deli, and baked 
goods. 

According to O'Neill, the 
students rotated weekly through 
eighteen work stations and 
became very know ledgeable 
about the restaurant business. 
He said. "Lm try ing to motivate 
my students towards goals in 
careers in culinarv arts." 



work — 
Freshman Michelle 
Clarke helps Daria 
Accaputo with the 
alphabet. 



Thai's interesting -- Senior John 
Herd makes a liinny fate for the 
camera in iho Tiger's l.ofi. 
(Jreal minds think alike -- Priiuipal 
James Marini and history and soc ial 
science teacher Daniel Kuniiz 
discuss some new ideas. 



Yum " Senior Michael 
Aq)ino and junior Jason 
Coraccio prepare culinary 
deliuhis as senior Laura 
Morrisscy looks on. 

(lood friends -- Senior 
Damien Moody and Julie 
Thompson enjoy each 
others company out in the 
mall. 




'^EdCo is clearly a 
valuable asset to both 
the students it serves, 
and to the school 

system in general. ^' 

-Edward Mulligan, 
Director. 



EdCo, the Education Col- 
laborative program, provided 
hearing impaired students at 
North with classroom interpret- 
ers, special advisors, and a 
community atmosphere that 
helped them to excel. 

This highly acclaimed pro- 
gram, directed by Edward 
Mulligan, attracted students 
from all over the state. Accord- 



ing to Mr. Mulligan, EdCo was 
a valuable asset to both the 
students it served and to the 
school system in general. 

New Start is an academic 
program for students who have 
had difficulties in regular 
classes. "New Start is a pro- 
gram for kids who, for various 
reasons, have let school fall to 
the bottom of their priority list," 
said senior Erika Roy. "I am 
not at all embarrassed to have 
participated in such a program, 
because it is an exceptional 
success to have turned myself 
around. " 

"To me it is another 
chance," said senior William 
Brennan. "It means I get to 
prove myself to my family, 
friends, teachers, and most of 
all, to myself." 

"I've been in four other pro- 
grams at North. New Start is 
the only one that has been 
working for me," said junior 



Russel Achilles. 

"New Start makes one feel 
one has something to offer the 
world," said senior Amy Cohen. 

Junior Christine Yen said, 
"New Start offers much more 
than just education and counsel- 
ing. There is teamwork and co- 
operation. New Start is like a 
family." 

"It is something that keeps a 
person in school when that 
person has problems with the 
school system and rules," 
according to junior Jerry 
McGillicuddy. Said senior 
Laurie Caira, "New Start has 
helped a lot, and is pushing me 
towards graduation." 



^■'New Start of- 
fers much more 
than just an educa- 
tion and counciling. 
There is teamwork 
and cooperation. 
New Start is like 

family. " 

-Junior Christine Yen 





by Scott Mazur 

Whether it was fixing an old 
engine to run like new, design- 
ing plans for a house, or prepar- 
ing culinary masterpieces, 
students at Newton North were 
experts in one or more of these 
technical fields. North once 
again offered an extraordinary 
array of courses in the techni- 
cal/vocational department. 

For those students who 
wished to take advantage of 
some of the great opportunities, 
there were courses in carpentry, 
drafting, child care, auto body, 
electrical, automotive, and 
graphic and culinary arts. The 
courses were grouped by 
occupational cluster and by 
level. Students could take 
electives in order to pursue 
interests in the various technical 
fields, or they could major in a 
specific area of study. Electives 
met two or four times a week 
for one or two semesters. 
Major courses met fifteen times 
a week for two years in order to 



prepare students for trade or 
technical careers. To qualify to 
enroll in a vocational major, one 
must first have successfully 
completed an introductory or 
exploratory course in that field. 

An interesting aspect of the 
technical/vocational program 
this year was its involvement in 
V.I.C.A., or Vocational Indus- 
trial Clubs of America. Club 
members competed against one 
another in various vocational 
areas with the winners advanc- 
ing to district competition, and 
then possibly to the state 
championships. 

The technical/vocational 
department offered, and will 
continue to offer, great opportu- 
nities to those who want to take 
advantage of them. Whether 
one took courses as preparation 
for future employment, or just 
to gain a knowledge of a 
technical field, one's needs 
were well served by Newton 
North. 




"Looking good, Nick" -Senior Nick Niccolazzo fixes up a car in auto body 
Deep in thought - Senior Frank Giglotti drafts plans for his dream hous© 
Nice work -- Senior Roger Colella works on a silk screening projccLi 





The whole gang -- Seniors 
Paul Salvutxi and Angcio 
Girginis. juniors Leo Camilli 
and Arthur Davis learn the 
techniques of Auto Body 
from Tech. Voc. instructor 
Charles Textieria. 

What time is it? -- Senior 
Mike Vongsavath looks at the 
clock as James Sklaver, a 
post graduate, finishes a 
project. 




A job well done -- Graphic arts instructor Barry Bassett 
aids sophomore Ti Ton Hoque while freshman Pepo El, 
senior Mike El, junior Marcos Nicola and senior Bill 
Cowin work on their individual assignments. 

Pencil in hand -- Senior Mike Umina measures 
carefully for architecture class. 



Inches, centimeters, picas - Tech. 
Voc. instructor Fredrick Therrien aids 
freshman Christina Lopes with her blue 

print. 




Caught in the act - Senior Carl 
Munkelwitz doodles during art 
class. 



Collaborated 
by Scott Mazur 

At Newton North our pri- 
mary concern is to foster the 
desire that children are bom 
with. We know teaching and 
learning are mutually dependent 
and that learning is fostered by 
encouragement, excitement, and 
high expectations. We believe 
that all children deserve the op- 
portunity to achieve excellence. 

We recognize education as a 
life-long process, an instrument 
of change in an evolving global 
and technological society. An 
educated person is self-directed, 
adaptable and willing to take 
risks. . . Our goal at Newton 
North is to encourage the 
development of contributing, 
informed, aware citizens who 
face the future with confi- 
dence. — From "The Philosophy 
of Newton North High School" 



Students who come to 
Newton North get an out- 
standing education. The 
faculty is second to none. 
Students are 



^^We recognize 

education as a life- 
long process, an in- 
strument of change, 
in an evolving 

global andtechnol- 

. , . if 

ogical society. 



really intellectually chal- 
lenged to their capacity, and 
in some cases, to go beyond 
what they thought they were 



actually capable of doing. 

They are asked to look at 
their surroundings, their world- 
to look at what's happening, 
internationally, globally, and to 
make this world a better place. 
I think this school is ideally 
suited for that, because of its 
diversity. 

We have worked very hard 
to make diversity something 
we are proud of in this school, 
as part of the fabric of Newton 
North. Everybody is important 
who comes here. 

Our students then work with 
that diversity, and I think when 
they leave, are far better 
equipped to deal with the world 
at large — Principal V. James 
Marini, Oct. 1990 



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Ahh!!! - Graphic arts instnictor Barry 
Bassett can't hold back his excitement 
at having his picture taken for the 
yearbook. 

Here's the magic formula | 

- Science teacher David 
Geikie explains what he 
believes to be a simple 
concept. 

Look a 98%! -- History and 
Social Sciences teacher 
Robert Stark jokes with 
senior Clint Donovan. 




by Carl Aschkenasi 

The faculty has and will 
always have one major respon- 
sibility- to preserve North's 
strong faculty-student relations. 
These relations yield both aca- 
demic and social rewards. 
Teachers and aides have always 
been available to give extra 
help, academic or otherwise. 

Before a student even enters 
North, a booklet is sent home to 
ease parental worries about the 
transition from junior high to 
high school. It states, "If you 
have a question. . . there is 
someone here to answer it." 
This policy still holds true for 
parents, and as the Class of '91 
has found, for students as well. 

This graduating class has 
found that through a close and 
inter-dependent relationship 
between faculty and student, 
we could find more than just the 



answer to a simple question. 

When meeting with various 
teachers, we learned of their 
basic dedication to each individ- 
ual student. And the more we 
talked to any faculty member, 
the more we realized that 
teachers truly were real, human, 
and approachable, just like 
neighbors or parents. 

Each member of the Class of 
'91 was the product of different 
programs at Newton North. 
The similarity among all 
graduates was that they had all | 
been affected and guided by a | 
highly respected faculty. \ 
According to principal V. James ' 
Marini, it is this similarity that j 
makes Newton North different 
from other schools. North is. 
therefore, in a league by itself, a] 
distinction that should make us 
proud. 



Smile pretty! -- Housemaster Gail Stein poses for the 
camera on Main Street. 

Relaxing -- Math teacher Richard Mackier Mands at 
ease on Main Street. 



It's like this -- Spanish teacher Jessie Timberlakc 
explains the imperfect subjunctive. 




Do you see what I'm 

saying? -- History and 
Social Science teacher Dr. 
Rosanne Perlmutter talks 
with her department head 
Edward Rossitter. 

Vous etes nul -- French 
and art teacher Bernard 
Flanagan looks surprised 
as he is interrupted by the 
photographer. 




Keep the knee bent and.. -- Physical education instructor Richard 

Fletcher teaches a few students how to play soccer. 





If one were to take a moment 
to picture an average day at 
Newton North, this image 
would surely include sports, 
socializing, clubs, hard work, 
and lots of students. 

Without North's inimitable 
administration, there would 
have been confusion every- 
where. Principle V. James 
Marini, Administrative Assis- 
tant Atwood Dunham. House- 
masters Norman Gaudet, 
Meredith Ghattas, Scott Guild 
and Gail Stein, department 
heads, and secretaries, all 
helped to keep the school 
functioning smoothly. 



Although all of these posi- 
tions were very demanding, 
each administrator miraculously 
found time to deal with students 
personally. 

Mr. Dunham programmed 
grades into the master com- 
puter, calculated class rank, and 
met with students to fix sched- 
uling conflicts. 

The housemasters acted 
much like assistant principals, 
dealing with many common, 
and some unusual high school 
problems. 

Luckily for us, they some- 
how were able to complete their 
duties and still find time to talk 
with students and offer advice- 
all with a smile. 

Everyone seemed to be Mr. 



Marini 's friend. He could 
always be seen conversing with 
students on Main Street, when 
he was not behind his desk. 

Keeping in touch with 
students appeared to be his 
highest priority, and he hoped 
that his efforts would not go to 
waste. 

Marini said, "I hope that 
each student leaves this school 
with the knowledge that the 
school believed in them. If I 
could leave one thought with 
each student as they graduate 
from Newton North, it would be 
not to limit one's dreams." 



Phyllis Abend 
Speech 
Larry Allen 
Counselor 
John Amoroso 
History & Social Sciences 
Zelma Anderson 
EdCo 

Diane Antonellis 
Main Office Secretary 
David Barbosa 
Tech Voc 



Ronald Bamdt 

Math 

Ruth Barrows 
Math 
Barry Bassett 
Tech Voc 
Susan Becam 
Foreign Language 
David Belmarsh 
Science 
Wendy Bembery 
English 

Eric Benjamin 
Music 
Jessica Berins 
EdCo 
Roberta Black 
Counselor 
Miriam Biau 
Math Lab 
Lori Borden 
English 
Edgar Boucher 
Science 




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)iscussing an important issue -- Principal James Marini confers with fellow 
dministrators. 







Here's the game plan -- House- 
master Scott Guild goes over a 
schedule with campus aide Jim 
DeSimone. 



Schedule conflict? - Administra- 
tive assistant Atwood Dunhain 
assists sophomore Mike Colton. 




Ronald Boucher 
Hisiory & SiKlal Sciences 
George Bower 
English 

Roger Brown 
Physical Education 

Bonnie Buechs 

Home Economics 
Paula Burke 
New New Start 
Marjorie Byers 
Metco 



Peter Capodilupo 
English 

Lawrence Caranfa 
Math 

Erika Chishoim 
Art 

Gertrude Connolly 
Special liducation 
Virginia Coslello 
Health 

Donald Crowley 
History & Social Sciences 

Irene Cucina -Clancy 
Physical Education 
Renee D'Ambrosia 
EdCo 

Loretta D'Amore 
Records Office 
TTiomas Danko 
Science 

Yvonne Davey 
Foreign Language 
Ava Davidson 
Math 



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Jean Degnon 
Foreign Language 
Fatima deGranda-Lyle 
Foreign Language 
Sandra Dell 
Math 

Nancy Dellmuth 
History & Social Sciences 
Thomas DePeter 
English 
James DeSimone 
Campus Aide 

Marilyn Donlan 
Math 
Mary Doolin 
ESL 

James D'Orazio 
English 
Mary Drennan 
English 
Richard Duffy 
Science 
Atwood Dunham 
Administrative Assistant 

Gary Ellion 

English 
Gail Elson 
EdCo 

Robert Faulkner 
Graphic Arts 
Margaret Raherty 

English 
Bernard Flanagan 
Foreign Language 
Richard Fletcher 
Physical Education 

Judith Freedman 
Special Education 
Paula Garrity 
New Stan 
Norman Gaudet 
Adams Housemaster 
David Geikie 
Science 
Deborah Gerstein 
Science 
Meredith Ghattas 
Beals Housemaster 

Virginia Ghattas 

Science 

Frances Goodman 
Phys. Ed. Secretary 
Esme Green 
Math 

George Guild 

Riley Housemaster 
Myma Guterman 
Special Education 
Thomas Gwin 
Science 

Diane Handspicker 
Social Studies 
Joseph Hansen 
English 
John Harris 
English 

Kathleen Henighan 
Home Economics 
Patricia Herrin 
Library 
Jo Ellen Hillyer 
Math 




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Marilyn Hubbard 
English 

Susan Muntoon 
Library 

Ronald Ingall!> 
Fji^lish 

Ruhcn JacLson 

iiiistlor 
^■i Johnson 
Language 
Clirisiopher Jones 

Julit- Kallikulsiis 
Foreign Lunguugc 
Charles Kamar 
English 
Hilda Karp 
Language Lab 
Barbara Kelley 
Home Ekonomits 
Rosalie Kenney 
Computers 

Alison Kenney-Hall 
English 

Donald Koeller 
History & Social Sciences 
Charlotte Kopcke 
Malh 

Mary Ann Kreider 

Principal's Office 

Secretary 

Daniel Kunitz 

History & Social Sciences 

Mary Lanigan 

English 

Dena Lavine 

Special Education 

Peter Leofanti 
Math 

Thomas Leonard 
Music 

Sheryl Lemer 
Math 

Beverley Logan 

Counselor 
Karen Luciano 
Barry House Secretary 
Allan MacDougall 
History & Social Sciences 

Bradford MacGowan 

Counselor 
Peter Mackie 
Counselor 
Richard Mackler 
Math 

V. James Marini 

Principal 
Peter Martin 
Math 

George Martins 
Science 



Emilio Mazzoia 

Foreign Language 
William McAndrews 
Special Education 
Priscilla McCoy 
Health 

Peg McGowan 
Tech Voc 
Carol McNally 
ESL 

John Meyer 
Business 



Lyn Montague 
English 
David Moore 
History & Social Sciences 
Edward Mulligan 
EdCo 
Chris Murphy 
Business 
Ernest Nicol 
Science 
Patrick Nicolas 
Tech Voc 

Jacqueline O'Neil 
Special Education 
William O'Neill 
Home Economics 
Janice Perkins 
Physical Education 
Rosanne Perlmutter 
History & Social Sciences 
David Phelan 
Foreign Language 
Jerry Phillips 
Physical Education 

Brainerd Phillipson 
English 
ElainePiselli 
Science 
Betsy Posnick 
Speech 

Dorothy Powdermaker 
Library 
Maureen Prokopy 
Counselor 
Marian Pruslin 
Special Education 

Edythe Raymond 
Riley House Secretary 
Richard Reid 
History & Social Sciences 
Lincoln Robertson 

Math 
Irene Roman 
Business 
Judith Rosenthal 
Special Education 
Susan Rosenzweig 
Special Education 

Johanna Ross 
History & Social Sciences 
Edward Rossiter 
History & Social Sciences 
Lynne Rossman 
T.V. Production 
Philip Rousseau 
Tech Voc 
Gretchen Sandbach 
Math 

Mary Sapienza 
Math 

John Scanlon 
Library 
Tom Schaefer 
English 
Joan Schnall 
Special Education 
James Schreider 
Math 

Charlotte Seeley 
ESL 
Carol Seitz 
Foreign Language 






Anne Scrdfin 

i-.ngli\h 

l.indu Shupiro 
C'liunscliir 
Paul Shupiro 

C'onipulcrs 

Joseph SiL'ihano 
Math 

Christopher Small 
Art 

Donald Stiiith 
Tci h VcK 

Helen Smith 
Enj-lish 

Frank Spil/.er 

Science 

Robert Stark 

HiMor> & Social Sciences 

Gail Siein 

Barry Housemaster 
Gretchen Sterling 
New Start 
Joan Subrin 
Career Center 

Patricia Sullivan 
Science 

Daniel Sweeney 
Science 

Norman Swerling 
Dnvers Education 
Grace Tenaglia 
Business 

Charlie Texeira 
Tech Voc 

Frederick Therrien 
Tech Voc 

Charlotte Thompson 
Science 

Louise Thomson 
EdCo 

Jessie Timberlake 
Foreign Language 
Myra Trachtenberg 
Career Center 
Richard Travers 
Music 

Sandra Truant 
An 

Marcia Unger 
EdCo 

Maria Valone 
Foreign Language 
Ty Vignone 
History & Social Sciences 
Lillian Wasson 
Bursar & Credit Union 
Burton Weiner 
English 

Lucien Weisbrod 
Foreign Language 

Montgomery Wells 
Science 

Jeanne White 
On Campus 
Margery Wieder 
Special Education 
Thomas Williams 
Physical Education 
Anne Wolfe 
Counselor 
Sheila Zolli 
English 





f M iT iff 




Taking inventory — Germana Marscia and Marie 
Calderone count the chips. 
Looks like a good menu today - Marie 
Calderone is caught by surprise. 

Posing for the camera -- Helen Haverty sports a 
new apron. 



Don't these look good? - Giovanna Niccolazzo tries to meet 
the great demand for Penut Butter and Jelly. 

Waiting for the masses -- Luigi Pellegrini and Carol Fucci 
prepare for the onslought of hungry people. 
1 



Preparing the salad pockets -- Marjorie Ro> 
makes sure everyone gets an apple. 



68 



CCuBs and 




Club Day on Main Street -- All of North's clubs display their activities for interested students. 



70 




Organizations 



by Sarah Quebec 

All of the Clubs and Organiza- 
tions represent the diversity of 
Newton North's students. There is 
a club or organization to fit 
anyone's interests. As a freshman 
entering Newton North, one is 
faced with the challenge of choos- 
ing from over fifty clubs or or- 
ganizations to participate in. 

Joining a club allows a person to 
do something they enjoy. It also 
enables students to meet new 
people with the same interests. 
Attending such a large school 
sometimes makes it hard to meet 
new people and joining a club is 



the perfect opportunity to do so. 

Clubs and organizations are a 
prominent part of Newton North 
High School. Every Tuesday and 
Thursday during x-block the clubs 
meet and a bakesale takes place. 
In the mornings, one can buy 
donuts. Many of the major school 
events such as dances, Ric and 
Rocco, International Night and 
Club Day are sponsored by clubs. 

Since clubs and organizations 
play a major role in the set-up of 
Newton North, they are also a 
major part and enjoyable part of a 
student's career at Newton North. 






r 



Come explore the mind with the Psychology 
Club -- Junior Lizbeth Harris talks to junior Tanya 
Jones on Club Day. 

Want some food? -- Senior Rosemine Occean 

sells baked goods on Main Street. 



Wait, I want more --Junior Kris Miller helps out at a 

bake sale in front of Riley tree. 

Bungy jumpers -- Seniors Mike Herman and Jon 
Lesser try to recruit members for the Rock Climbing 
Club. 



S.F.A. 



by Elizabeth Glazier 
and Sarah Quebec 

The Student Faculty 
Administration is by far, 
Newton North's most 
powerful organization. 
The changes that we 
make affect the entire 
Newton North commu- 
nity both directly and 
indirectly. These legisla- 
tions however, are not 
always drafted during 
our weekly Thursday 
meetings. They are 
shaped and molded "in 
committee". 

Allan Wellenstein, a 
senior representative, 
remembers, "The com- 
mittee meetings early 
before school when 
several sleepy SFA 
members discussed our 
school's future in the 
cramped quarters of Mr. 
Guild's office." 

A SFA representative 
must be willing to com- 
mit time early in the 
morning and late in the 
afternoon in order to ac- 
complish our goals, the 
goals of our peers and 
the goals of Newton 
North. 



I have been on the SFA 
for four years. Each year 
consists of a few 
changes and variations, 
but for the most part, the 
administration has re- 
mained constant. Our 
success depends on the 
pending issues of the 
time, the work done in 
sub-committees, and the 
dedication of the mem- 
bers. 

According to George 
Whitesides, a junior 
representative, "The SFA 
does its best work when 
everybody is dedicated to 
finding the best answer 
to a problem." The 
faculty and the student 
representatives change 
every year, but the dedi- 
cation that each member 
brings to the board be- 
comes an important part 
of the work done by the 
SFA. 

Through our dedica- 
tion, we have made many 
changes at Newton 
North. In my four years 
on the SFA, I have seen a 
juice machine put in the 
cafeteria, a required three 
day review preiod before 
an exam and a new 




locker policy for seniors 
which was enacted with 
the commencement of 
our senior year. 

The SFA is the most 
important organization at 
Newton North because of 
the dedication and hard 
work that its members 
bring to it. 

All of the members, 
both teachers and stu- 
dents, represent their 
peers and the desire for 
change. The SFA is 
where the changes in our 
school take place and the 
members are the ones 
who bring the change 
about in a democratic 
process. 




Distinguished profile -- Senior Coby 
Reinhardt listens intently to a prop(i>-al. 

Well , my class is better than yours -- 

Seniors Liz Glazier and Allan Weilcn 
stein and sophomores Tracy Scott and 
Dan Allen discuss an issue at a 
meeting. 



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The 1991 S.F.A. -- Mrs. Lucy Scott, Tracy Scott, Phylis Steinberg. Mike Colton, Dan Allen. Coby 
Reiiihardt, George Whitesides. math teacher Jo Ellen Hillyer, Allan Wellenstein, special ed teacher 
Marforie Weider, Matt Shufro, Mrs. Gwen Sterling, housemaster Scott Guild. English department 
head Mary Lannigan, history and social sciences teacher Ty Vignonc, Liz Glazier, and English teacher 

Wendy Bembery. 




Listening in -- Sophomore class president Marcie Brink 
shares her ideas with the S.F.A. 

Will this improve our school? -- Sophomores Mike 
Colton. Dan Allen. Marcie Brink, history and social 
sciences teacher Ty Vignone and senior Coby Reinhardt all 
ponder the same question. 

Should this pass? -- Junior representatives George 
Whitesides and Matt Shufro and Newtonite representa- 
tive senior Phyliss Steinberg read over a document. 





Not a good idea! — Sophomores Kurt Tommy and Rachel Theran grimace at the 
idea proposed at the sophomore class committee meeting. 



I'm so excited and I just can't hide it! -- Sophomore Marcie Brink beams 

about the results of the election 



Class 



by Kathleen Snyder 

The Class of 1992 has 

broken ground with new 
ideas. The Junior class had 
the first ever junior semi- 
formal in the history of 
Newton North High 
School. Under the leader- 
ship of Noah Reinhardt 
and Harry Lowd, the class 
held monthly candy 
guesses, bakesales, t-shirt 
sales and their annual 
dance to raise money for 
next year's prom. Presi- 
dent Noah Reinhardt said, 
"that the Junior Class 



Committee is a way to 
bond the Class of 1992. 
We are the class which wilj 
leave its mark on the 
school." 

The Sophomore Class 
Committee raised money 
through a raffle for concert 
tickets, a selling of t-shirts, 
bakesales and a dance 
which was held in March 
The Committee had a large 
increase in membership 
which helped Marcy Brink 
the president find, "many 
more creative ideas with so 
many enthusiastic mem- 




Who should I vote for? -- Junior Lexie Pierson tries to make up her mind at the | 



Committees 



bers." 

The Class of 1994 was 

the first class to experience 
an election with the voting 
machines. With the help of 
Mr. Marini, Mr. Faulkner 
and Mr. Dunham, this new 
advancement was carried 
out. Eighty-six percent of 
the Freshman Class voted 
in the gym to elect their 
fellow advisors. With this 
type of turnout, the Fresh- 
man Class successfully 
began their four years at 
Newton North. 





All smiles -- Junior class committee 
members Lissy Linsenmayer, Dante 
MazoUa.and Erin Sullivan happily 
work at International Night. 

Will you please listen to me? -- 

Senior class vice president David 
Travis, president Ben Ross, and 
treasurer Joe Yin address the senior 
class committee members. 

Listenning to the i.ssues -- 
Sophomore class vice-president 
Meredith Orren concentrates on the 
class committee meeting. 



Newtonian 



by Sarah Quebec 

Since the previous 
summer, the 1991 New- 
tonian staff has been 
working in order to 
produce this final copy of 
the yearbook. During the 
summer, they met to 
discuss the theme and the 
cover. Some of the 
members attended a 
workshop at Columbia 
University in New York. 



They were at work 
with the commencement 
of the preseason of fall 
sports. With their first 
deadline on October 8, a 
month after school 
started, they got busy. 

In order to catch every 
moment of your last year 
at Newton North High 
School with either a 
camera or a story the 
staff was on top of every 
school event; from the 



football games to the 
Halloween contest to 
International Night. 
Under the leadership of 
Tara Aliotta, the editor- 
in-chief, they have suc- 
ceeded in producing one 
of the best yearbooks 
Newton North has ever 
seen. 

In their own room, the 
staff has spent many long 
hours during homeroom, 
frees and after school 



working together in order 
to make their deadline. 
Tara Aliotta said: "We 
are the first staff ever to 
work all night in order to 
make a deadline." 

Through their experi- 
ences in the production 
of the yearbook, the staff 
has established "a unity 
and friendship amongst 
themselves," according 
to sports editor, Matt 
Laufer. 




We do more before 8:30 a.in. than most students do all day -- The 1991 Newtonian Editors: Kirsten 
Campbell, Matt Laufer, Tara Aliotta, Carolyn Barth. Anna Demeo, Caitie Murphy, Andrea Useem, Krister 
Johnson, Scott Mazur, Meghan Morrissey, faculty advisor Chris Murphy, Christine Chang. Greta Alter, Leah 

Phillips, Lauren Mackay and Sarah Quebec. 

Working to bring you the best yearbook ever -- Editor-in-chief Tara Aliotta labors well into the ev ening. 



Let's check these Figures once again, Mike -- 

Faculty advisor Chris Murphy and business manager 
Mike Kadish go over the budget. 



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Picture perfect --Photography editor Leah Phillips 
checks a staff assignment chart. 




Check it out - Co-sports editor Matt Laufer, assistant design editor Meghan Morrisey, student life editor Andrea Useem 
and portraits editor Greta Alter chuckle while looking at some candids of fellow classmates. 



Picky - Design / layout editor Caitie Murphy gets rid of some reject pictures. 

"And the announcements sound like this..." - Faculty advisor Chris Murphy carries out his daily routine during 

homeroom. 



International 



by Kristin McDonnell 

The French Club, founded 
for anyone who enjoys the 
French language, experienced 
the culture through intimate 
conversation, classic films, and 
field days to restaurants and 
museums. With enthusiastic 
members, under the leadership 
of Catherine Marin, the club 
aspired to raise enough money 
to support a trip to Quebec and 
to sponsor a dinner for the 
French exchange students. 

With enthusiastic new 
members and increased mem- 
bership this year, the Italian 
Club hoped to unify students of 
various nationalities. Numerous 
club activities were arranged in 
order to allow students to get to 
know each other. These events 
included: a Halloween party. 
Sock Hop, Spaghetti dinner, 
Christamas gathering, banquet, 
and to end the year a farewell in 
honor of the senior members. 
To fund these activities the club 
sold baked goods, candy, and 
items from catalogues. The 
Italian Club also showed an 
interest in community involve- 
ment, demonstrated by its 
schoolwide food drive held in 
November. The club however, 
stressed pure fun as a crucial 
element. As its president, 
David Visco stated, "We're all 
there because we enjoy it, and 
that's why the club succeeds." 

The Spanish Club, enjoying 
greater student involvement, 
spent this year raising money to 
fund a student scholarship (for 
the Amigo Program). At Inter- 
national Night, the club headed 
a booth at which it sold home- 
baked items, flan de pina. Club 



members demonstrated an 
interest in the improved Spanish 
exchange by asking exchange 
students to share their experi- 
ences during meetings. The 
club also broadened its under- 
standing of Spain by viewing 
Spanish movies and visiting 
restaurants. 

Although few in number, the 
members of the Greek Club 
demonstrated great organization 
and devotion this year. The 
club arranged and practiced for 
traditional Greek dances, Ikjsdfl 
eij Ijlf Ikjf, which were per- 
formed on International Night 
in late October. It is these 
authentic Greek dances for 
which the club is renown. The 
club hoped to increse interest in 
the Greek culture and to share 
its understanding of the nation- 
ality with students, faculty, and 
parents alike. 

The members of the Russian 
Club planned an exciting 



agenda in order to welcome the 
Russian exchange students and 
introduce them to American 
society. They conducted local 
tours and hosted social gather- 
ings for the russian students. 
The club also organized a 
weekend retreat where students 
of the Russian language got to 
know each other in a warm 
setting. To finance their 
activities, the club sold Russian 
Pastries at International Night 
and at bakesales. 

With increased membership, 
the Chinese Club included 
students of all decent, hoping to 
extend Newton North's aware- 
ness of the Chinese culture. In 
weekly meetings, members 
learned about ancient traditions 
through such activities as: 
caligraphy lessons, antiquated 
games, and homemade Chinese 
meals prepared by an officer. 
To broaden their experience, 
club members visited Boston's 



Chinatown, where the language, 
lifestyle, and cuisine of China 
enveloped them. Vice-presi- 
dent, Christiine Chang, was 
"happy to see more people 
appreciating and getting to 
know the Chinese culture." 

The International Club 
allowed Newton North's 
diverse student body to share 
aspects of its various back- 
grounds. During their meet- 
ings, students made representa- 
tions on their personal culture 
and shared their native cuisines. 
Special events including: Inter- 
national Night, dances, a 
Halloween costume party, ice 
skating, celebration of the 
Chinese New Year as well as 
numerous bake sales provided a 
friendly atmosphere in which a 
myriad of cultures united. The 
club's desire to learn and 
appreciate other cultures was 
demonstrated by their donation 
to a South American school. 




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Irish Jiggers -- Sophomores Helen Odwey, Judy McDonald, Niamh Page and freshman Jill McDonald perform an Irish 

dance at International Night. 




Signing on new 
members -- 

Juniors Tony Yi 
and Tanya Moy 
recruit new 
members for the 
Chinese club. 




The Egyptian Game -- Freshman Sandra 

Zaki accompanies her mother and sister 
after her perfomiance during International 
Night. 

Gee, I can hardly wait until I sink my 
teeth into this luscious Baklava -- Juniors 
Stacy Cannistrarro and sophomores 
Jennifer Antonellis and Meg Rothman all 
share the same idea. 

Molto Bene! - Senior Julie Vermette, 
freshman Denise DeLuca, senior Lisa 
Russo, freshman Sophia Galinelli. junior 
John Sweeney, freshman Lisa Marzilli. 
Italian teacher Maria Vallone. senior Dave 
Visco, and Lisa Galinelli get ready to sell 
at International Night. 



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I 




House 



Sqiud ~ Sophomore 
JaneRuffino jumps in on the 
action of the Barry House 
bake sale at which junior 
Kathleen Snyder and 
Kathleen Rasala sell baked 
goods. 

Sicily is this big -- Italian 
teacher Emilio Mazzola 
argues with junior Maureen 
Concannon. 




by Kathleen Snyder 

This year the main fundraiser 
for Barry House Council was 
Ric and Rocco. This concert of 
fifties music featured Barry 
House Council advisor and 
social sciences teacher, Allen 
MacDougal, and students. 
Money raised from Ric and 
Rocco along with money raised 
fron bakesales and donut holes 
went to scholarships for Barry 
House students. Senior co- 
president Elizabeth Glazier feels 
"Barry House Council not only 
raises money for scholarships, it 
promotes a unity within Barry 
House." 



Adams House Council's most 
successful fundraiser was Ric 
and Rocco which they co- 
sponsored with Barry House. 
Adams House also followed the 
traditional fundraising path with 
bakesales, candy sales and 
Valentine baloons. Under the 
leadership of co-presidents 
Kristen Chapelle and Rachel 
Bernstein, they added members 
to the council roster and unified 
the council, resulting in raising 
more money for scholarships 
than they had in previous years. 

In addition to raising money 
for scholarships, Riley House 
Council donated time and 
money to Oxfam. International 
Night, the main fundraiser of 
the council, was held on United 
Nations Day to celebrate 
Newton North's theme of global 
awareness consisting of ethnic 
food, song and dance. 




I want money, lots and lots of money 

— Every clubs anthem for bake sales. 

In bold letters -- Junior Joanna 
Cohen makes an eye catching sign 
for International Night. 



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Councils 




In addition to raising 
money for scholarships, 
Riley House Council do- 
nated time and money to 
Oxfam. International Night, 
the main fundraiser of the 
:ouncil, was held on United 
Nations Day to celebrate 
Newton North's theme of 
fflobal awareness consisting 
df ethnic food, song and 
dance. 

Beals House Council took 
advantage of all the major 
lolidays by selling candy for 
Christmas, roses for 
Valentine's Day and green 
:amations in the spirit of 
Saint Patrick's Day. Beals 
House Council supported 
school spirit by introducing 




the sale of pompoms at 
football games. 

Interhouse Council, the 

governing body of all clubs, 
controlled the dates for all 
fundraisers: bake sales, 
dances, car washes, candy 
sales, donut sales and all 
other events. It enabled all 
clubs to obtain equal fun- 
draising time. The council, 
itself is composed of one 
representative from each 
club. Club Day, where the 
clubs displayed their different 
activities, was sponsored by 
Interhouse Council. 




(iossippinK - Seniors Uuig 
Charkoudiai) und Julia 
Hecmsira giggle logcihcr 

bclbre a Rili.\ lliuisc Council 
meeting as seniors Laura 

Cix.k' 111 ! f' ■■■ 1 Si, l.ouis 

Bake sale plans Students 
sign up ii) make hrownies, 
cookies, and Rice Krispie 
^ treats at a Beals House 
Council meeting. 




Slightly amused -- Sophomores Laura Jackson and Nikki Huff grin happily. 



Listen up! - Junior Julie Luciano tries to get 
3eoples' attention at a Beals House meeting. 





by Kristin McDonnell 

Experiencing an increase 
in dedicated members, 
Model U.N. succeeded in 
maintaining an enjoyable 
atmosphere while provid- 
ing a great opportunity for 
students to learn. 

The club held simula- 
tions in which members 
were assigned to represent 
countries on different 
issues. The students dedi- 
cated a great deal of time 
to researching these issues 
in order to speak on behalf 
of their countries. 

The high points of the 
year involved two major 
conferences: the Harvard 
Conference held in De- 
cember and the New York 
Conference in April. 

Members traveled to the 



Boston Public Library to 
draw information from 
U.N. documents in order to 
prepare for these nation- 
wide student conferences. 

Vice-president Rosemine 
Occean said that, "The 
club involves hard work 
and a large committment, 
but the excitement and fun 
of the conferences makes it 
all worth while." 

Model U.N. also spon- 
sored forums on United 
Nations Day and numerous 
speakers throughout the 
year. 

Ethos for Equality was 

founded in order to create 
a positive atmosphere of 
accepted diversity at New- 
ton North. 

During meetings Ethos 
members discussed sexual 
and racial equality, homo- 



sexual rights, and any 
current issues within the 
school or society that 
sparked their interest. 
SAFE (Stop AIDS For- 
ever), a sub-community of 
Ethos for Equality, spon- 
sored AIDS speakers, or- 
ganized participation in the 
AIDS walk-a-thon and 
visits to the AIDS quilt. 

The members hoped to 
involve more students in 
the discussion of differ- 
ences by holding open 
forums. 

Co-president Lorig 
Charkoudian explained 
that, "In a world of con- 
flicts it's important that 
each individual makes an 
effort to accept other 
people and their differ- 
ences." 

Newton North's 



Amnesty International 
Club worked to raise 
awareness in the commu- 
nity about human rights. 

The club sponsored 
xschoolwide events such 
as the performance of the 
Malawian singer, Tony 
Bird, and "Let Music Set 
Us Free", a night of acous- 
tic music. 

Members discussed 
worldwide injustices and 
attempted to ameliorate 
these problems. 

During frequent meet- 
ings, they wrote hundreds 
of letters to heads of state 
all over the world to help 
free prisoners of con- 
science. 

The club devoted itself 
to fighting for human 
rights all over the world. 



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We are family - Model U.N. officers seniors Julia 
Hcemstra, Mandy Moncyhui:, Josh Lilx-rman. Mike 
Kadish, and sophoiiiorc Melissa Loporto gather al 
liUcrnational Nmht. 

No, she's mine! -Juniors Gabe Unger and Sieve 
Waxberg hug junior Kris Milcr bcfoic an Amnesty 
International meeting. 





4 




Check it out -- Senior Mike Kadish discusses some important Model U.N. 
information with History and Social Sciences Department Head Ned Rossiter. 

Now, wait a minute - Junior Gabe Unger gathers his thoughts before 

addressing Amnesty International. 



Well what do we have here? - Senior Peter Forsyth reads literature 
for Ethos for Equality. 

Free button -- Senior Meghan Morrissey donates money to Oxfam. 



Everybody does it — Senior Claudy Levin speaks to students about 
the all day seminars for Peer Leadership. 




This year's nominees for NNHS sexiest man ? -Sophomores Tom Taylor 
and Tim Fallon, seniors Bill Spalding, Reza Sarkarati, Alejanoro Caminos and 
Nick Leavy, junoir Mike King and sophomore Matt Swensson just 
finished a water polo practice under the leadership of coach Bill Sheehan. 



Interest 



We want you 



Seniors Mike Shishov, Billy Cowin and sophomore Dan Allen 
pass out fliers for the Entrepreneurs Club during Club Day. 



by Kathleen Snyder 

The Environmental 

Club gained noteriety this 
year at Newton North. 

It introduced the recy- 
cHng of aluminum cans at 
school, helped the elemen- 
tary school with their 
recycling and reminded the 
school administration to 
use half sheets of paper. 

The club also hosted 
speakers who were envi- 
ronmentally aware. "Since 
it was a more organized 
club this year, the members 
were able to get more ac- 
complished," stated pro- 



gram director Niki Bazer . 

The students who were 
interested in rock climbing 
took advantage of the 
instruction given to par- 
ticipants of the Rock 
Climbing Club. 

Here they learned how 
to safely enjoy rock 
climbing. This year, under 
the leadership of Beth 
Holmberg, the intermural 
program climbed at Ham- 
mond Woods during the 
fall and spring and in the 
SOA during the winter. 

The Junior National 
Association for the Deaf 
(NAD) is a club sponsored 




V 



A happy poster child -- Junior Sophie Lanjuin encourages Ski Club members i 

go skiing at Stowe Mounts 



Clubs 



Boy, this is a tiring job - At an Hnvnonincnial Club mcciing, Scnioi Erica 
Snider and junior Rachel Conn explain iheir plans to make Newton North 
environmentally aware 




by deaf students, 
funior NAD is "a great 
opportunity for deaf stu- 
lents to learn about leader- 
ship and responsibility," 
iccording to president 
ulie Thompson. 

The club sold candy and 
leld bakesales in order to 
aise money. This organi- 
sation permits deaf stu- 
dents to socialize and have 
un together. 

Experts and beginners 
nade up the Ski Club this 
^ear. This sentiment was 
;xpressed by co-president 
Jophie Languin, when she 
aid, "The ski club is fun 



for everyone, not only 
good skiers." 

The club skied at various 
New England winter 
resorts, but their big trip 
was to Canada, where they 
skied in Quebec over 
febuary vacation. 

According to advisor 
Larry Allen, "The Young 
Men's Group is an activ- 
ity group which uses bas- 
ketball as a metaphore for 
life." The club teaches the 
young men how to be 
assertive in a responsive 
way, by improving their 
leadership skills. 




m outta here -- Seniors Aimee Fisher and Michael Herman speak to seniors Dave Kilimnik. Eric Levine and Sesaly Stamps about the Rock Climbing Club. 



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Publications 



by Sarah Quebec 

The eighty-five member 
staff of the Newtonite 
worked all year to inform 
the students of Newton 
North about all the issues 
ranging from school events 
to the gubinatorial election. 

Under the leadership of 
the co-editors-in-chief, 
David Leventhal and Mark 
Bazer, the Newtonite put 
out sixteen issues through- 
out the year. For the past 
four years, the Newtonite 
has won the Gold Crown, 
the highest award given to 
a high school newspaper 
from Columbia Scholastic 
Press Association. 

Thoughtprints was 
Newton North's art and 
literary magazine. 

During the year, the stu- 
dent-run staff produced 
both a calander and a 
magazine. All of the work 
was submitted by Newton 
North Students and was 
chosen by staff members 
by secret ballot at weekly 
meetings. The art work 
varied from paintings and 
photographs to poetry and 
prose. 

Editor Sesaly Stamps be- 
lieved that, "this year there 
was an open atmosphere in 
which all different types of 
students were able to work 
together." 

Every month and a half. 



a student executive pro- 
duction was seen on the 
Newton Cable Channel 13. 
This TV production, Tiger 
Magazine, was written, 
produced and directed 
solely by students, who 
were enrolled in an ad- 
vanced TV course. 

Their show dealt with 
aspects of students' lives at 
Newton North and with the 
issues of our country. The 
topics varied from skits on 
college admissions to skits 
on the countries political 
situation in the Middle 
East. 

Newton North Speaks 

was the radio show pro- 
duced by students. It aired 
every two weeks on the 
radio station WNTN on 
Tuesdays at four in the 
afternoon. 

With the new stipulation 
that no music could be 
played, the show consisted 
of fifteen minutes of pre- 
recorded interviews. There 
was an interview with our 
new principal, Mr. Marini, 
interviews in which stu- 
dents were questioned 
about their favorite books 
and favorite places to eat. 
There was also one live 
show. 

According to the co- 
president Mandy Mon- 
eyhun: "The interviews 
have to be associated with 
the school and its stu- 
dents." 




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A higher outlook on the situation -- Seniors Rachel Hitch. Elaine Lew innek. 
Holly Copan, Katie Harrington and sophomore Michael Colton listen attentiveh at 

a Newtonite mcciing. 



Now, which button was it? -- Senior Ushma Upadhay 
prepares a piece tor Tiger Muga/ine. 



More corrections! -- Seniors Anissa Toscano and Jethro 
Bericman with the help of their advisor, Helen Smith, work 
under the pressure of making a Newtonite deadhiie 



Who's that guy? -Senior Andrea Marzetti and junior Erin 
Miles listen in during homeroom at the New tonite. 




!991 Thoughtprints - Aimee Fisher, Maggie Flynn, Jen Smith, Sesaly Stamps, Jen 
Simon, Hannah Shay, Claudia Altman-Siegel, Sarah Bromberg, Peter Forsyth, Meghan 
Thrasher, Gail Stanton, Kathryn Rasala, Irene Lusztig, Gabe linger. Dusty Humphrey, Jeff 
Kurzweil, Sam Lunen, Rachel Kuller, Becca Thomases. Andy Northrup and Eric Shaw 




1990 Newtonite -- Carrie Branch. Erin Miles, Meg Rothman. Beth Piro, Robin Kolodny, 
Dan Finkelstein, Rachel Hitch. Elaine Lewinnek, Long Charkoudian, Michael Colton, 
Anissa Toscano. Katie Harrington. David Leventhal, Mark Bazer, Jethro Berkman, HoUy 
Copan, Joyce Lee, Andrea Marzetti and their advisor Helen Smith 



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Academic Clubs 



by Sarah Quebec 

The Mock Trial Team 

learned about the legal 
system by sharpening their 
courtroom skills so that 
they could present their 
case in a real courthouse 
with a real judge. 

It was a great opportu- 
nity for those students who 
want to persue a career in 
law. 

This year the team 
worked to defend their 
state championship and 
their third place finish in 
the US. 

"For the students who 
enjoy math, the Math 
Team is an activity in 
which they can display 
their abilities," stated co- 
captain Christine Chang. 

Under the leadership of 
a new coach, the fifteen 
member team practiced 
problems during their 
meetings in order to pre- 
pare for their six competi- 
tions. 

In addition to individual 
achievement, the team 
worked together to obtain 
enough points for the state 
competition. 



The Speech Team 

competed in six tourna- 
ments against other teams 
in the Mass. Forensic 
League. 

There were more than 
twelve events in each tour- 
nament which varied from 
ply reading to radio broad- 
casting to group discussion 
to original oratory to 
debate. 

The dedicated members 
put work in both during 
and outside of school so 
that they could repeat their 
state championship. 

The school store. Tiger 
Pride, sold various New- 
ton North items. The 
most profitable item sold 
was the Newton North 
jacket. 

The extra money from 
its sale was reinvested by 
stocking the store with 
items such as pencils and 
hair spray. Tiger Pride 
gives market and retailing 
students a chance to take 
their learning out of the 
classroom. 

Many students in New- 
ton North's technical 
vocational program belong 
to VICA (Vocational 



Industrial Clubs of Amer- 
ica). This is a national 
organization with a strong 
chapter at Newton North. 

Under the leadership of 
Kathleen Hanigan and Pat 
Nicolos, students prepared 
for and competed in tech/ 
voc contests which were 
sponsored by VICA. 
Many companies hire 
VICA participants because 
they feel that these mem- 
bers are well prepared for 
the work course. 

Did you ever drop an 
egg off the roof of a build- 
ing and find that it did not 
break on its decent? Mem- 
bers of the Science Club 
have. This year the sci- 



ence club prepared for and 
attendend two science olyn 
pieds. I 

The activities of the sci- 
ence club ranged from mak 
ing botdes to building a 
mousetrap car. According I 
advisor Tom Gwin, " The 
kids in the club make sciem 
fun." 

"The club deals with the 
topics of the mind," accodii 
to Psychology Club presi- 
dent Meghan Morrissey. Tlj 
club works with tarrot card: 
and other mediums. 

To further their under- 
standing, members watche 
films, hosted speakers and 
read books that have to do 
with relationships. 



She's sad as a puppy dog - Juniors Brenda Marshall, 
sophomore John Feldman and Justin Neisuler spend some 
quality time in the classroom broadening their knowledge. 



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Fallins esgs! -- Seniors Carl Aschkenasi. Kon Kwu, sophomore. Mike /.an>>ari. 
freshnum. Jon Taqqu and science leachcr Mr. Danko participate in the egg drop 
contest sposored by the Science Club as physical education teacher, Richard 
Fletcher, looks on. 

One plus one equals eleven -- Senior Math l oam members Li/ Munroe and 
Matt Jacobs prepare lor a competition. 







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A Kodak moment -- Junior Lisbeth 
Harris, psychology teacher Rosanne 
Perlmutter, and seniors Meghan 
Morrissey and Andrea Marzetti smile 
with excitement about their Psychology 
Club meeting. 

Who's in charge here? - Mock Trial 
Team members, sophomore Justin 
Neisler, Noah Reinhardt and Cora 
Stubbs-Dame prepare for a trial under 
the leadership of History and Social 
Sciences teacher Don Crowley. 





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by Sarah Quebec 

At the beginning of the 
year, the 1991 was painted 
on the stands at the foot- 
ball field. It was now 
official, we were seniors. 

The Riley commons 
room was our room and 
our responsibility. 

The Senior Class Com- 
mittee worked together to 



make our last year at 
Newton North our most 
enjoyable year ever. 

The Senior Class spon- 
sored schoolwide events 
such as the Halloween 
Contest and the Lip Sync 
contest held in January. 

At the football games, 
the seniors ran the conces- 
sion stand. Before the 
annual Thanksgiving Day 



Game, they sold a com- 
merative t-shirt. In addi- 
tion to these fundraisers, 
the Senior Class held a 
dance in November, and 
sponsored Rocco's Rock 'n 
Roll Express in April. 

All of the money raised 
went to either the prom, 
which was schedualed tp 
be held at the Park Plaza, 
the class gift or future re- 



unions. 

The class officers were 
president Ben Ross, vice- 
president David Travis, 
treasurer Joseph Yin, and 
secretary Clare Golden. 

The Senior Class Com- 
mittee brought together the 
members of the Senior 
Class to work towards one 
goal — to make our senior 
year memorable. 




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Strange brew — Senior class president Ben Ross, vice-president David Travis and secretary Clare Golden announce the winners of the Halloween contest. 



Maybe Goofy really is a dog? -- Senior Ned Armsby is deep in 
thought at a Senior Class Committee meeting. 

^ But, then again, I c»)uld be wrong? ■- Seniors Elizabeth Glazier. 
Greta Alter, Ned Armsby and Ben Cosloy discuss fundraising 
possibilities for the Senior Class. 







VIC. 




by Kristin McDonnell 

PAWS or Positive 
Agreement Works is Newton 
North's mediation program 
which seeks to provide a 
positive process for conflict 
resolution within the school. 
The mediators include stu- 
dents, parents and staff 
members who have finished a 
training program in media- 
tion techniques. In a confi- 
dential and relaxed atmos- 
phere, the mediators worked 
with diaputants in order to 
resolve their conflict. 

The organization with 
the greatest membership this 
year was Orange Shield. 
With nearly 200 participants. 
Orange Shield worked to "fill 
in the gaps in administra- 
tion," as director Clare 
Golden explained it. The 
members helped to keep our 

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school efficient by working 
in house offices, the career 
center, or in the main office. 
Participants also dedicated 
themselves to easing the 
arrival of new students by 
acting as tour guides for the 
eighth grade visitors, running 
orientation for the freshmen 
and organizing a special 
homeroom for mid-year 
transfer students. 

Other club services 
included creating a student 
tutoring program, sponsoring 
back to school night, and 
finally helping to organize 
our own Senior Luncheon. 

Students Against 
Driving Drunk or SADD 
worked in hopes of making 
the lives of students safe. 
The club focused on the 
SADD contract which, when 
agreed upon by student and 
parent, guarentees a safe ride 
home for the student if 
drinking has prevented an 
alternate way home. The 



contract provides grounds for 
a "no questions asked ride 
home" for students. Near 
the end of the year, SADD 
passed out special key chains 
which they hoped would 
remind the driver of his/her 
obligation to society to drive 
safely and soberly. 

Through the dedica- 
tion of its members and a 
new method of organization. 
Interact gave to numerous 
areas of our community. 
Activities included the 
collection of stocking stuffers 
which members passed out at 
a holiday party for homeless 
children held in December. 
Members worked in various 
locations including nursing 
homes, hospitals and housing 
for mentally defficient citi- 
zens committing themselves 
to the improvement of social 
programs. Students enjoyed 
Interact because it "provided 
an enjoyable atmosphere in 
which students could do sood 



for their community," admit- 
ted co-president Ursula 
Liang. 

The Peer Leadership 

program was designed to 
encourage high school stu- 
dents to learn about and to 
question alcohol and drug 
use. The peer leaders com- 
pleted an extensive drug and 
alcohol training period at the 
end of which they were asked 
to sign a contract which 
forbade the student's use of 
illegal drugs and abuse of 
alcohol. Only after agreeing 
to the terms of the contract 
were the peer leaders permit- 
ted to participate in the 
presentations made at ele- 
mentry schools. Many 
members expressed their 
belief in the program, as 
senior Chris Scorzelli stated: 
"Peer Leadership benefits the 
students that participate in it 
as well as the students in the 
elementry schools and our 
future in cemeral." 



Oranni- Sheild IVVI Ik iiit; lli^' largest club al Newton Nonh, 
Orange Slneld lueel.N ni the Film Lecture Hall, 
Marsha Hrady -- SophonKKC Becky Cohen signs up lor all 
the clubs she can. 




■Vhat should I say -- Junior Ursula Liang commences an Interact meeting as fellow officers senior 
klark Bazer. junior Rachel Cohen, and senior Andrea Marzetti look on. 

^ady in waiting -- Senior Clare Golden, director of Orange Shield, gazes at the crowds on Main 
Street anticipating new members. 



Mizer - Senior Caitie Murphy counts the money in the Senior 
Class cash box during lunch. 

Say cheese! -- Interact officers juniors Ursula Liang, Rachel 
Cohen, and seniors Mark Bazer, Andrea Marzetti, and Josh Bonis 
pose for the camera 




School is cool — Senior Elyssa Aronson smiles while she 

does her homework. 

No girlie men need apply - Seniors Kim Salemme. 
Michelle Sonia, Ellsa Gold and Molly Westlund hang out at 

the Adams House tree. 

The steps to a successful life -- Juniors Oscar Molina and 
Dan Stephen sit in the mall during lunch time. 




Wooshi, wooshi - Seniors Joe Yin and AUie Rosenberg 

embrace in friendship. 

Food, folks and fun -- Seniors Andrea Marzetti and 
Meghan Morrissey enjoy each others company in the 
r(JJ ^ cafeteria. 





A friendly smile -- Senior Phyllis Steinberg stands on an empty Main St. during a class period. 





Hey, baby, what's your sign? - Senior Anissa Toscano embraces her friend and classmate Caitie .Murphy. 

Another fire drill? -- Senior Brooke Raney enjoys yet another day at Newton North. 
Lunch anyone? - Senior Robin Kolodny, lunch in hand, goes down to the cafeteria. 

Autographs upon request - Waving at the camera, senior Ushma Upadhay spends a period in 
the library. 



Senior 




Check us out! -- Seniors Cathy Richards. Kristen Chapelle. Michelle Sonia and Kim Salemmeare psyched to be graduatir 



Section 





Committing hari-kari - Anticipat- 
ing the ancient Japanese ritual, 
seniors Deb Lifson. Andrew 
KuUer, Dave Carbalio, Tara 
Aliotta, and Kirsten Campbell 
smile for their final photo. 



Neckless -- Senior Rob Lopicolo 

wonders where his neck has gone. 




Senior Reza Sarkarati dances while putting up a 



Feelin' giggly - Seniors Robin Kolodny. Diane Leonard, and Ushuma 



)irthday message on the message board. 

Vlale bonding - Seniors Steve Bagley. Mark Cappello and Mike Julakis watch a 

nan folk dancinc troupe on Main Street 



Upadhyay tell dirty jokes. 



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Peter Abcunas 

HOCKEY, DRAGGING WITH CUCH, 
A QUICK FOUR YEARS.BLOWING 
SIDEWAYS IN THE 3RD,"WHAT 
ARE YOU PARANOID' OUTOFTHE 
ASYLUM.TORTURING THE EM- 
PLOYEES AT MICKEY D'S "rM 
WATCHING THE GAME". A SPE- 
CIAL THANKS TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS AND TEAMMATES ES- 
PECIALLY SP, CC. MV, SM. DB. 
MC, MM.DG, GM.and GC. I owe it aU 
to you Mom & Dad. Thanks. 




Tara Jessica Aliotta 

"Don't be dismayed at the goodbyes. A 
farewell is necessary before you can 
meet again. And meeting again after 
moments or lifetimes, is certain for 
those who are friends" Oh no, Irena's 
driving! Is it Deb or Paula? Caitie and 
her wake-up calls. AT RH EA SL and 
the crew, thanks for all the fun and 
memories. Mom, Dad, Jen & Jay I.L.Y. 
Vmi, Vidi, Vici! 



John Adams 

Football- 123,LAX- 1234 Winning 
Gold- BAY STATE LAX;Cape Cod- 
Summer '90: Anto,Where's the crumb 
cakes ?Partying down the Cape;Shrubs 
brown car;Bucks Malibu;Good Times 
With All My Friends At The Real 
Adams;K'sHouse-burning bushes- 
brook incident-car wars Thanx 
Mom,Dad,Kathleen& Mark 



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Julie P. Adelson 

"What is the point of living if you can't 
make yourself laugh?" THANKS to 
those who laughed with me: KA LR 
MC DL SG CR AS KM CL LA LP CJ 
JL RM & AM. Lee-you're the best! 
ILY! Kerry- words can't express my 
thanks-ILY! Cara- RYFTlrules! ILY 
4eva! WG- maybe someday? Dan IS a 
man ! ! ! ! Thanks Mom, Dad & Les ! IL Y 



Robert D. Afienko 

Always remember good times down the 
Cape.Fessi.NewHampshire, saco with 
Mark. More memories to come. Dan 
N. Friends 4 ever.Linda I Luv U."the 
guys" MN,RC,DV,DC,PJ.NT.ET.keep 
in touch. EP will Never Die. "The 
Ladies"MC,NM,CB. Good Friends are 
hard to find. Luv U Mom And 
Kristen.Dad I'LL NEVER 4GET YOU. 




Paula Allain 



Jeremy Alper 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Mike, friends, teach- 
ers, coaches. So fast, so tough. Vale la 
pena? Way to be, Jimi and Ian! Keep 
jammin', S.M. 3 good ones. OW-ankle... 
knee. ..teeth. Stuff, M.C. oh Sweet 1 1 
Eng.. D.K. The puffer! THE STONES. 
M.B. for 3i Good luck,'91. Go Tigers! 
The Zarch! AFS Spain-R.Rover. Tarea- 
Bye LIVE...V! 



Greta Alter 

Whatever colors you have in your mind 
I'll show them to you and you'll see 
them shine -BD Lauren-H Andrea-Thank 
you for countless hilarious times. L+T 
to Clare, Emily, Heather -H Liz.(R/J too) 

Lana and Greta. Dave- 1 remember 

and the list will go on forever. I Love 
you!(ibl) Mom and Dad- The worst part 
of graduating is leaving you, but don't 
worry- I'll be back! (Lukey) So quiet in 
here,.,, God is watching GM 



Kerry A. Aleman 

Shell K- 1 2 U MEAN SO MUCH 2 ME- 
ILY A-THANX4 being THE BEST 
My Hair is Down Jules I'm always here 
4U exPierce women we are B-Hr A 
Person I Lost-Not forgot friends W/0 
U.I'M NADA! The atic Tasty SB,Tr 
Always Rem NS Guys Emmrl Does he 
Really like me? POOL time Chatter 
Luv 2 MR.L MR.G Thanx so much 
fam.ILY wait a sec... 



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Claudia Altman-Siegal 




Lynne Corey Anapolle 

We knew we'd look back on our tears & 
laugh but who knew we'd look back on 
our laughter & cry-TBC Picnic by the 
Charles, Collage, R We linked?Blue 
Velvet&Masks. N.H.Meg-smile, 
Montreal'QO.Hair Up or Down?Green 
Sneakers Sugarloaf.&Sleepovers. S-i-P 
NOT! U R the chez-memories. PS- 
1 2yrs.-H.Conclavenes.ILY M&D, Elliot, 
Ross,&Seth!! 



Dave "Burger" Anderson 

The orgiastic future that year by year 
recedes before us. It eluded us then, but 
that's no matter- tomorrow we will run 
faster.stretch out our arms farther.. .And 
one fine moming-So we beat on.boats 
against the current,bome back cease- 
lessly into the past FSF Prague? HAVE 
A HERBY DERBY DAY BEN DOGIT 
DICKNEDOHJEN MomDadMikeTom 



Chris Antonellis 

DON'T WORRY ABOUT FAILURE- 
WORRY ABOUT THE CHANCES U 
MISS WHEN U DON'T EVEN TRY! 
LAX(TOM)BAYSTATES.WHERE'S 
THE CRUMBCAKES?THE HUT! 
REM -BARON,TURBO,TOM, JON, 
SHRUB,TEMP,HEHIR, K,TARA. DB 
TEAMNM ON A GIVEN!THE FRUS- 
TRATIONS! ALL MY LUV 2 M&D; 
K&N . AND THE WONDER OF IT ALL 
IS YOU JUST DONT REALIZE HOW 
M UCH I LO VE YOU ! EDDIE LI VES ! ! 



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Karen M. Anzivino 

I thank you two. Mom + Dad for bring- 
ing me up good through the years. And 
I'm thankful for Mark + Mike I'm very 
thankful for my Lord + King, Jesus who 
has been my faithful friend + helper. 
The Lord said unto her "I'm the resur- 
rection + the life. He that beliveth in me. 
though he were dead yet shall he 
live"Jn3:l7 




Michael Henry Arick 

MY WILL:EL-his mom, moo. ping 
pong.chocolata OR-honkcy,phag her 
AW- molto pesce MB-stretch marks 
SHUT UP.Cptn. Caveman MR yippy 
skippy MC-crazy club, conformity 
AGM- sense unicorn b-a senior show PF- 
his old hairBW-a dead horseDT-c)!!!- 
cism CB-a sty sneezing a high cKM ?p- 
nisMG-bubblcsPK-puppySlS- 
AndreMOM+DAD-a lousy kid LOVE, 
FABIO 





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Ned Chase Armsby 

Marmalade I like Marmalade Marma- 
lade I like Marmalade "Whatev!?! - 
Nietzsche 



Elyssa A. Aronson 

Sooner or later they all will be gone- 
why don't they stay young? I get by 
with a little help from my friends Don't 
Stop Believing PRESSURE Pump it up 
So many good times to remember-I 
Love you guys always.Summer-R-nS 
BFF Thanks Mom, Dad, Jess. + EM-I 
love you. Carpe Diem 



Michael Arpino 

MY 4 YEARS ARE FINALLY OVER 
TIME TO MOVE ON IT WAS FUN 
KEGS AT CABOT. ALLISON AND 
EVERYWHERE ELSE BOOZIN' 
EVERY DAY AND SMOKIN' THE 
GOOD GREEN AND GOING ON 
TRIPS WITH MY FRIEND SID HANG 
ING OUT FRONT SMOKING BUT 
TS SKIPPING CLASS AND GET- 
TING SCREWED THANKS TO ALL 
MY FRIENDS THE 2 J S MALO 
CREW J+C EVERY 1 ELSE .PARTY 
ON 




Ben Atkinson 

"La da da da da" -Jerry Garcia 



Aimee Aucoin 

See You Around Squidly. 



Ben Joseph Avishai 

Trouble ahead, trouble behind-But I'm 
Outta Here! "The exodus is here,the 
happy ones are near Lets Get together 
before we get much older,TEENAGE 
WASTELAND" Thanks Mr. A 
Robin-(-Ben-10 years of a long.strange 
trip I'll always remember.To the rest of 
myfriends- JL LA AK PL CF EL C W JB 
MA-PAATY ON Kazama Smoker'? 



Carl J. Aschkenasi 

YAANGAYAANGAYAANGA! 
We've All Made It In Our Own Ways 
Thank You Mom. Dad. AndEva: 
969671 1/77KAPOSIA/GODBICSS All 
Those Who've Loved, Supponed& 
Taught Me I Love You All. ThenFill 
TheBowlAway WithGloom Our Joys 
ShallAlwaysLast For Hope Shall Bnght- 
enDaysToCome And Mcm'ry Gild 
ThePastGluecklich 1st Vergisstwas 
Nicht Zuendem 1st MUSlCiKeep on 
Truckin' 



Steve Bagley 

Football 234 Adams 124 Ril 3 Adams 
Posse Beals Posse K Baron Turbo Kev 
Bower RJ Fletch Stevie T John H Mol 
Jen Bean Zan Tara SM JL CS MS KS 
Dave DSL Beckers Cape 90 Joans Keg 
Team 91 Tatty Irish Rumpa Hows ya 
Hoota Lock-UpCheebaJailThanxM+D 
Ka+Barb+Jo Put ya threw a lot Give Me 
a Brew Cause I'm through 




Nikki Ashford 

I'm outta herclTo the best of fnends- 
Always remember Mclanie.Dchi .Shan- 
non LM.TC.AD.LP.KT.SR.JB.-go<Hl 
limes(and not so good limes)Thx for 
always being there! We will never for- 
get you Joel one in a million.Thanx for 
everything Mom-ILY!!!-Good luck to 
the class of 199I.TrTi.2 the Ad's in the 
back 




Lashanda Marie Banks 

Well we finally made il. I would like to 
say bye to all the people who made it 
fun for me. Joy. Mike.Will.Tory .George. 
Evie.Troy.Tomika.Momo.Chanlelle. 
Tamika.Terri.Nikia.Kerry.Corri.Clara. 
Aaron.Elton. Dawn. Amara.and my 
buddy Annette. we made it! Special 
thanx 2 my parents for pushing me to 
do well. 




Mark Barry 

We'd all be insane if we weren't so 
crazy! Keepers of the flame! I'm a sen- 
ior? What? Remember the fun times. 
Skinny's driving? Pastry? We're gone! 
Thanx for everything guys and I'll see 
you on the moon! 




Michelle Barry 

LOVE IS NOT LOOKING IN AT 
EACHOTHER BUT ONLY LOOK- 
ING OUT TOGETHER. AM. JK, JL, 
BR,NT,RD,GC,SP.ONE LOVE. IS 
EVIL SOMETHING YOU ARE OR 
SOMETHING YOU DO?TIME WILL 
TELL ALL RIREGGAEFESTLIFEIS 
TOO SHORT TO HATE 11790 TD 
THANX FOR NOT TELLING ON ME 
MARK NY DEAD TRIP BE GOOD 
OR BE GOOD AT IT PEACE 




Carolyn Barth 

"If given the chance to go back. I would 
not take it.Therefore, the decision to go 
ahead is my own responsibility, to be 
accepted with a whole heart . or so I 
write here, in faint hope that the words 
may give me courage" CCCR Italy 
manky IS Saz-crew Airy3AM M-hP 
Pizza Matt;rve come out! Don't 
WAG!M.D-i-J-You are the chez 




Mark Bazer 



It was Tuesday X-Block... It's the CW 
show featuring a great group of friends- 
-Millathon KB Act Ode to the Majestic 
One-i-Mr DR Esa Ball State Toss the 
Lev Alperheave Fink you re fired Thaivx 
Mom Dad Nick Chip "I get by with a 
little help from my friends" "Whisper 
words of wisdom Let it Be"- -The Beatles 




Jethro Berkman 

"WTiy worry? There should be laughter 
after pain; There should be sunshine 
after rain: These things have always 
been the same;So why worry now?" - 
Dire Straits. Prague. Hey Berky July 
14. room 101. PK:Why? the great one! 
Fink, you think even more; Kullerism 
Ford's porch. What friends! I luvu Mom 
Dad Julia + Toby 




Megan Berry 

ha hahahaha Ha hahahaha HA Ha ha- 
haha HA HaHaHaHa HA HA HA- 
HAHA HAHahaha ha Ha HaHa Ha- 
HAHaHaHa HAHAHAHAHAHa ha 
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA 
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA ha ha ha 
Ha ha ha Ha Ha HA ha Ha HA HA HA 
HA HA Ha ha Ha hahaha ha Ha HA 
HAHA ha haHa haHAHa haHAHA- 
HAHaha HA ha ha ha HA ha Ha ha ha 
ha HA ha haaaaaaaa... 



Rebecca Berry 

TM OUTTA HERE 9TH GRADE! 
MALL SAB GOOD LUCK CH JC ML 
CM LNTA CHRISTY FL ID BK 
MEAH WHPCRM LYNANN TRAY 
BUT IT S FREE LAUREN JENSAM 
KELLY GOOD LUCK GUYS FACES 
CREW MARA BRENDA VIKI TRB 
VIC RAY JORGE MARC FREDDY 
MIKE APR. 22 GOOD LUCK IN THIS 
HOLE reSSISK BM MA MOM DAD 
LENNY THANKS FOR ALL YOUR 
SUPPORT I LUV YA! 



Maria Bianchi 

Life is what you make it TRUE friends 
R hard 2 find Anna where "s the party? 
Thank you for helping me through hard 
times. Look Beth a guy and a dog! 
Gdluck-KP, JC, SR, JY CLUE USMC 
Summer 90 Str. 24 Thanx Mom Dad and 
family Mich, I Luv ya- (coooousin) 




Domenic J. Bilotta 

I'd like to say thanks to Margert C. be- 
cause you gave me hope to deal w/ my 
vision problem. Good luck to all my 
friends: PC. FS. DS. FP.DP. FN, and 
everyone else. Thanks to the staff of 
N.N.H.S. Special thanks to my parents 
and family members for their support 
that they gave me over the yrs and in 
making this dream come true 



Andrew Blais 

"ALICE, WE'RE OUT OF APPLES" 
CAM 




Joseph Blanchard 

"Colors" Hoops, Baseball, Golfin' 
AdamsCrew-JA,"K",SB,BHBuck,TD, 
PR,NT,"Kegs ■,TO,JH TM. The varmit, 
David D, AD Wellington Games, MD 
CA K's House,Summer of 88 at Ted's. 
The Lake! Gettin' caught at Franklin- 
Moe+Joe Carol+Mike Thanks to all 
and be cool 



Kevin Blume 





Brenda Anna Bonadio 

As time passes U learn who your true 
friends R...Erina+Leonore Ur the best! 
Rem:JV Larry thnx4being my friend 
Rizza Blaine Bites! MB you're so 
in! Deph's eng crew. Is it all over?I can't 
deal ! Summer 89, when I met U Jeff All 
my Luv to U ! MB,TB,MB,+puppy I Luv 
U!Mom+Dad It's been tough, I Luv U 
both! Thnx 4 everything esp.Life 




Steven Borelli 

K's House Flip Oct 7 89 Truck at the 
cove Buck ' s Malibu summers at Kevin's 
pool the brook incident the ride to Lin- 
coln Sudbury good times with all my 
friends at the real Adams.Good luck to 
you all wrong door step Nicky thanks 
for everything Mom and Dad love you 
always. 



Josh Borus 

"WheresTheFunBeingCoolIf YouCant 
Wear A Sombrero? "Calvin+Hobbes 
PeteBazeCabBerk Worthy FordPai 
Andy=Crew+RHCMetc-TOALL- 
WORDUP! Drew-GIVENAli-Double? 
Moe-LongRun FINKMAN! TroutParty 
atAbe's?CosmosSMBRMLDC 
KJPKALDTSS=2SltBstQ!Yaard! Soc- 
cerhausat6? ClearyTheTalkPlayinlnTh- 
eRainBaby HoopAtNCIsItMeForA- 
Moment? AlwysPlayTheGameWith 
Bravado 




Christopher G. Boyce 

Then I Applied Myself To The Under- 
standing Of Wisdom. And Also Of 
Madness AndFolly.ButlLearnedThal 
This.Too.Is AChasing After The Wind 
ECC1.1:17A'L Castaway 89 La Vida 
90LuvU-KR, GS, BT. EG, KC, HD, SP, 
IG,CL,MT"GotToGo Through Hell 
Before YouGetToHeaven"All Work& 
NoPlayMakesJakeADullBoy/ThePhan- 
lom Lives! ThanxToAUMyFriends, My 
Family.God-GoodLuckAll 



Carolyn Annette Boyd 

WelLit's been a good year but it's time 
to move on. I would like to say bye to all 
my buddies- Joy, Tory, Will, Evie. 
MikcJulie, Momo.Nikia.Terri,Tomika, 
Aaron, Tamika,George, Elton, Kerry, 
Chantelle, Clara. Troy, Cori, Amara, 
Dawn, my buddy Shanda and lets not 
forget about Pacita. And a very special 
thanks to Mom 



Kenny Boyle 

A.K.A. ICE .MAN A Shot out TO ALL 
MY Friends.KAZ AND The WOMEN 
BOB.FGeorge.M MANNY. S Thanx 
DAVE . PAUL.L.FOR The Sleds with 
Beat. BIG DAVE. D.Thanx for the 
ROUNDHOUSE Al NOOG HAMP- 
TON MISSIONS.95 NORTH NICK. N 
NEWBURY. ZONE RUNS BUCK 
STEVE.BKEVIN.'VTomoMOHEGAN 
DATONA FOR 3 DAYS JOEL 
ANGELO.G.Chris.Todd JEN.G. 



Cynthia G. Bracken 

DO JM WHO'S GREEN? KH KH ES 
LF BB LR BV- PORCELAN GOD- 
DESS. PM JY CF JC KM I LOVE YOU 
DAVE. FOREVER. SEPT. 14, 1988 
TILL THE END OF TIME. HONEY 
JO-N-DOGGLES 4EVER MOM AND 
DAD THANKS, ILOVE YOU BOTH. 
I COULD'NT HAVE DONE IT WITH- 
OUT YOU WE RNALLY MADE IT! ! ! 



Carrie Branch 

THEY DANCE ABO\ E ME AS I 
SINK I SEE THEM THROUGH A 
CRYSTAL HAZE AND HEAR THEM 
BOUNCING AROUND THE ROOM 
THE NEVERENDING CORAL 
MAZE THANKS ERIN O'CONNOR- 
AND THEY CHANTED GUZDUDE 



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R. Jeff Brockman 

IT'S BEEN FOUR YEARS AND IT'S 
OVER ALREADY! THE YEARS 
HAVE GONE BY PRETTY FAST. I 
MADE IT THANKS TO THE GUYS 
AT EDCO FOR ALL THEIR SUP- 
PORT MC, MD, AND BB FOR THE 
GOOD TIMES. AND ESPECIALLY 
BIG THANKS TO MOM AND DAD 
FOR ALL THEIR SUPPORT 
THROUGH MY FOUR YEARS AT 
NNHS! SO LONG NEWTON 
NORTH! 



Andrew Bunn 

BARREL, CRUISE, SHOOT, TOOT 
WHATEVER, WE ALWAYS GET 
THERE. WHERE? LIFE IN TWO 
DIMENSIONS IS A MASS PRODUC- 
TION SCHEME BUTT YOU KNOW 
WHAT THEY SAY I LOVE MY 
SCHOOL AND MY COUNTRY TO 
BOOT. THATS WHAT I HEARD HEY 
BURT WHY ARE YOU SO BAD? I 
LOVE THE FRIENDS I HAVEGATH- 
EREDTOGETHERON THIS RAFT.. 
THIS IS THE END 



Nic Burnham 

TENSIONS IN OUR LIVES THAT 
ARE DESTROYING OUR MINDS 
COMBINE THEMSELVES TO- 
GETHER TO MAKE OUR CON- 
CIOUSNESS BLINDCONDITIONED 
TO SELF INTEREST WITH EMO- 
TIONS LOCKED AWAY. IF THAT'S 
WHAT THEY CALL NORMAL 
THEN I'D RATHER BE INSANE.- 
OPERATION IVY 



Evert "Evie" Caceda 

Thanx to the Lord for my supportive 
family & bles.sings Peace to Da Topas 
Posse Tory, Will, Mike, George. Troy, 
Elton, Aaron, Eric, Mike&Pepo&Milcs 
To Da Girlz Annate, Lashonda, Julie, 
Terri, Clara, Kerry, MoMo, Chantelle, 
Tamikal,2, DA, LP, AF, & of course 
my baby Nikia Good Luck to all NN& 
LS Metco Grads 5 Star Goo, Les, Zach, 
D5000!! 



Michelle Cambria 

A memory is a special treasure which 
endures and gives us pleasure. Though 
time may pass a memory stays, remind- 
ing us of happy days, and of the people 
who have touched our lives. Kerry UR 
My BF, the Wind bnlh my wings. Anna- 
Always Rem. St. Anthony! 2 bad 4v. 
Thnx2all my friends uknow whoUR. 
FH.WTB & TU survived! SB luv2 
MrK,MrJ,MrsS, LuvU M+D 




Alejandro Caminos 

THERE'S SOMEBODY I WANT TO 
THANK.FOR HE'S SHOWN ME A 
REASON TO LIVE ANDA GOAL TO 
FIGHT FOR. HE'S SHOWN ME THE 
VALUE OF LOVE,THE FIRE THAT 
NEVER DIES AND BURNS IN OUR 
HEART. THANK YOU GOD FOR 
AROA AND MCLPD WILL ALWAYS 
BE IN MY HEART 



Kirsten Cherie Campbell 

{nice picture) Friends, y'all have stood 
by me through.. .lots-thanks. ItaliaW. 
dance. cmd.that Harry met Sally thing. 
Baby-hey baby.Enivrez-vous on thurs. 
mymj&rhb. SecretSanta. QueenTapeP- 
artner. Zandie. AP Physics-not. " Vivez, 
si m'en croyez N'attendez a demain 
Cuelliez des aujourd'hui les roses de la 
vie. " MDJR-love you. What color is 
my hair? See you in 10, and 
married. .. Andre w 



Diego "Egg-man" Canoso 

It's Time To Ramble On 



Daniella P. Capolino 

JY CF KH JM REM CT AT DC SW LK 
ESPREM DR DS GOODLUCK 2 AC 
DS(TM will Always B In My Dreams) 
You're Flashin'! wrecked! You're 
Golden! Yeah Right! Fuller St. Party w/ 
TM JY DR "Window Jumpers" Floyd 
LedZep I TINK I 'M HAMMERED!! 
Good X Bad X!Thanx To My Family. 1 
Have Become Comfortably Numb! SL 
Getalife! I LOVE YOU JO AND CO! 
4EVA 



Marc Cappello 

Why do the women get to choose? Jodi 
I finally realized how much I Love You 
"K" 33 Anto the Hut Hehir Myers Temp 
the Cannons Fletch Are you luggage? 
Bags you Drunk. Trudo you were 
stopped for a reason Rem Good times 
STMGTRMDKERRMTSDAL JM- 
Thanxforeverything. Thanx Mom+Dad 
EDDIE LIVES! 




David Carballo 

"Preachers preach of evil fates. Teach- 
ers teach that knowledge waits. Can 
lead to hundred dollar plates; And good- 
ness hides behind its gates. But even the 
president of the united states sometimes 
must have to stand naked" -Dylan- 



Ben Carliner 

ALL RIGHT AS ! CHEERST OMYFRI- 
ENDS YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE 
IM GOING WHERE THE CLIMATE 
SUITS MY COOL WHO'S GOT 'EM? 
THANKS TO THC BOOMERS& 6 
PACKS NEED THAT SHOW TO 
FEED THAT JONES KILLACANA 
DIAN BORDER GUARD-hA LLME- 
TER MAIDS FLIPPIN' THE JEEP 
HITCHIN' UP FROM DC KEEPON- 
KEEPINONANDMOUNTAINMEN! 



George E. Carrington 

I would like to say peace to Mike. 
Will,Tory, Troy. Evie. Annette, Kosh- 
liegh. Moreimportant than my friends 
my parents. All the Girls I' ve Been With 
Thanks. Now to thank a few more 
people.E.H.A.W.A.D.S.B. To All 
Freshmen D.P. T.J. Everybody else 
Peaceeee Outttn!!! BYE J.L. D.L.K. 
C.J. M.H. 



Michael Carroll 

Take off eh! SB#1 Aerosmith w/ 
DH.DK.MM.AP.CS.MS! DK, Is it 
Harvard. Yale, or Princeton? DH.DK: 
No blue shades while driving; CS, what 
other SNL quotes do you know? MS. 
Continue the Misha-mix! JA, that coon 
was avoidable! AP, How's the Stang? 
Arch w/KM■^AR NL, The Blue Bomber 
strikes again! Guys, IM OUTTA 
HERE!! 



Maria L. Caruso 

Some people come into our lives and 
quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave 
footprints on our hearts. ..and we are 
never the same. Good X's w/ Dory 
-t-crewA-ZBC-Miserab! Prom + Sum- 
mer 90 Time 4 MJX! Many special 
thanks to my family. Fra. you're family 
now too! All my love to Nino 12/15/89. 
GLC0 9I! And so it goes... 



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Teresa Caruso 

Hey the high school is over but a better 
life begins I hope no one is going to 
forget me I wont forget anybody espe- 
cially you Julia my dear best friend. 
I want to thank everybody who helped 
me learn English ESPECIALLY my 
ESLteachersI Love You MOM. DAD, 
sisters, brother Bye OSJISLAVFR 1 
LUV U FB 



Susan Carvelli 

BF's Geo,Hols,+Cath "The IceCream 
Man iscoming"SB123LAROU+Gidge- 
B leading B-"you're out!"Jenn- 
Bert!JE,AC,DM,DV,RC,DN-Thanks- 
Cap-Buddy-lLUMrs.A!Mrs.C,A,+Sue 
two!Paul,I wouldVe never made it 
without you! Fr.B,M,F,C-Amy,the 
4th!ILU MOM,DAD.ROSE+Ellen-"I 
never thought I'd be sad to say it's 
over"-B- 



Matthew R.Castiglione 

Thanks Mom and Dad for being my 
guiding light!! JB Best Friends forever 
JT HK G W TT KC DM KG YT Friends 
till the end!! RHS JV soccer NN JV 
soccer Varsity soccer Treasurer for 
JRNAD RHS Frosh Basketball 




Joseph Chammas 

We're finally OUTTA here. Good 
Morning Cappy. I don't have to take 
French anymore Hi mom dad.Suzanne, 
Marc, Salwa, Joe, Wiss.Guss.Gisele and 
Fayez. What's up SP, MM, DC,KO. 
MH, TS, KM, AL, JS, AM. GC.BR, DC 
What's up Saad.Raied.Mony.Richie, 
Hassan. 



Christine Sufen Chang 

Hi Scoo-B-YE!! ?@*#!& Thanx 2 0 all 
teachers & friends No more Spanish,AP 
Physics Yeah! Whei.don't forget the 
turtle,perm.lito-T,the UU-& O the fun 
arguing turtle& the prom-don't forget 
the deal-Taiwan is the best! ! ! MR.look 
back (3) AP Computer GLuck 2 
U!SCPLMKRGSPTYDHSW 
Int'l,Chinese,Sci,Math, NET VBall is 
the best!ULSMCLRT 



J. Elizabeth "Liz" Chang 

The words hold only a fraction of the 
wisdom you shared with me. 
Lor..Kristin.Sarah and of course Chris- 
what can I say that you don't already 
know...Allthings are possible- and even 
the impossible may only be so as of 
now."Never let you schooling interfere 
with your education." (Twain) 




Kristen Chapelle 

Cathy MichelleKim- what a crazy 4sum 
Swimming 1 234Capt(FASTWOMEN) 
Shamooo-gocrazy Bermuda89ooc 
BF{KG)don't forget it-i- 91 Yahoo Jen- 
look at the road Suede(CF) rem:SQ AR 
RH AA MC EG SS LM MW LM(SUE) 
CLAUDIA- No one else is tall enough, 
thecrew,Rezparti? Who stole the- 
Bacardi??-This is the time to remem- 
ber.. -Thanx everyone!! 



Lorig Vera Charkoudian 

"We changed again, and yet again, and 
it was now too late and too far to go 
back, and I went on. And the mists had 
all solemnly risen now, and the world 
lay spread before me." - -Charles Dick- 
ens, GreatEjtEectations 



Linda Chhay 

Our four years at dear old NNHS have 
passed quickly ,but there will be many 
memories close to our heart that will 
never be forgotten. Through the fine 
education available at NNHS we all 
have the 1st step in continuing our jour- 
ney in life Good luck to all of you. I love 
all. 



Arturo Tory Clemente 

Thanks To My Mom Dad all the Teach- 
ers and God Peace and Shout outs to Wil 
Evie Joey Dave 9MM Mike Gee RSO 
All The Girls who know me JB JB AW 
AJ MT Derek ASH GC TM JS CB TT 
EH sundi CR JF all the Junior and 
Freshman and all the people I forgot 
sorry and seeya I'm outta here 
Peace!!!!!! 



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Alison H. Cloth 

So the kids they dance and shake their 
bones 'cause it's all too clear we're on 
ourown!KF-SSS+ONE BR RDBB RC 
LC H's-^ the crew + everyone at S4- 
Thanx guys it's been the best! FeHC 
"Remember what we ' ve said -h done-^felt 
about eachother" JM Don't 4get it-I 
LOVE U! Mom-HDad-t-Missy-Thank 
you 4 everything! I love you! 



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Douglas Cobb 

Tiger soccer.Cosmos. The Beast of the 
east.Jewk the locker row,the Cape going 
to the B's ■^ C'sw/SS gd times in 
electical-(-encs NN Ski cIub.NWH Store- 
room, Thayer, gd.times w/JW, DD. AL, 
CC, SM.DM,JL.TS,GK,SS,PL,CM 
Cab,Shu,Finkman,Shua,Cue,Niner,SL 



Paul Michael Codyer 

1 NOT ONLY USE ALL THE BRAINS 
1 HAVE BUT ALL I CAN BORROW. 
IMAGINATION IS MORE IMPOR- 
TANTTHAN KNOWLEDGE. MANY 
A MAN NEVER BECAUSE HE 
NEVER TRIES. WE GROW SMALL 
TRYING TO BE GREAT. TO GET TO 
HEAVEN TURN RIGHT AND KEEP 
STRAIGHT 1 NEVER THINK OF 
THE FUTURE IT COMES SOON 
ENOUGH HOWEVER MY INTER- 
EST IS IN THE FUTURE 



Rhonda E. Cohen 

"So Dawn Goes Down 2 Day. Nothing 
Gold Can Stay ." Always rem the good 
times- MAAgret Karl Kathy Mike M. 
Kelly Beth Tracy Palmer Lockers Bus 
Crew CF JmL SP TK KS AG CZ JL HC 
AY SF CB LR MC Leo MT RB FD; 
AM MH NP Mo CG AT TM MB NB 
ORCHESIS CLASS OF '9 1 -We Made 
It! Good Luck 2 Evervone...C-YA!! 



Rob Coleiia 

HEY! Mike W. We finally made it. 
Thanks for all the good times Buddy , 
StanoDw-eeyiJ^.D C. AB.,G C.PP.£L, 
Mudduck.J.M.,J.V..M.W..G.D.,E.F.. 
T.S., B.M. Hey ScotfEddie Munster" 
thanks foreverything. Chery 1 and Lemen 
R.J. thank you so much everything 
you've ever done. Mom and Dad thank 
you very much I LuvU 






Roger Colella 

I give a toast to Steve, AC thanx for sup- 
port. Mom, Dad thanx for puttin' up 
with me. And Sam.... No matter what 
happens we'll always be friends 'till the 
end. Things are great always rock. Aly, 
Jay you've been really cool thanx for 
everything. Nikki Sixx and the Crue 
youguysrule.Schoolwas great LATER ! 




Teresa Coppola 

Rem:Sue we've been thru it all. Good 
Observation ILU- ! LM-i-JM=trip 90 We 
look soo good ! Sheba + Mac- MS. Photo 
89 Nikki-t- Axel its 11 ;0: 1 0 ILU Bacardi- 
PeeWee- Charlie lil bro thanx ILU! 
Pink Floyd 88 w/ JK-i-SK smab-Mi- 
chael ILU 2/1/90- my one & only no 
matta what! Cathy cuz wish U were here 
Miss U!Led-Zep MA-i-DAD thanx 4 
everything! 




Carlo Compagnone Jr. 

It's finally over, the four years at North 
went by fast, FG CF BC MU and to all 
my friends U know who UR, Remem- 
ber gang in electrical DC GS SP RG PB 
DS Thanx to Mr. Smith Mr.DiPoli,'89 
IROC Z fast lane '70SS "old chevys 
never die they just reproduce" thanks to 
Mom,Dad-HTina VI AMO! 




Jason P. Coraccio 

Remember the good times I'll always 
love Christy Keep those Mary Janes 
Rolling Thanks Mkiney toneic 




Neil Connolly 

THANK YOU MAURINE, MA, DAD 
WHENS BREAK BARBOZA PHS 
ED? ROGERS PARK. PUT A 
TWELVE OUNCE KEG IN MY 
HAND! JM JM SG FK PAT TOM 
WHAT TIME IS IT? KEVIN (STICK) 
CONNOLLY S.W.A.B. NO MORE 
HIGH SCHOOL 




Ricardo Cortes 

COMPLETELY AMAZING MAFI- 
OSA DA ILL KEEP POSSE-IZ YOU 
STUPID PEACE UNTO THE 
WORLDWIDE LENCH MOB:THE 
GODFATHER ISAK, THE EN- 
FORCER-GORDEN. RESPECT IZ 
DUE: MALCOLM X, CHUCK 
D'S.LEE, KRS1,JB,3DB,THE OLD 
SCHOOL:EAEIHFMMIGGMKH. 
THE NEW SCHOOL:J.BRIDGESTN 
BURTON, DREDZ.RAIDERS, I'M 
OUT LIKE A GRIFF.ABC-YA! 



Laura Tankard Cook 

Let's make it SMOOTH-ROUGH 
Cheer89-90-9 IS-Ball 1 2.'?4SIS SAS HA 
francois-(4)SharetheRoad!B.B.U ARE 
HUGE! CAPE-RUN!SUBguido-A little 
BLUE CHZ never hurt anyone!LYNN 
Cooler Cozy.K-U gel the job done, 
honestly!YO ANNA raoul Blow! 
JARROD.ILYcutie! MERC! Sizzle 22, 
ComPop,Sa,Jon REZ thanx Tigers Loft! 
Mom,Dad,Bron&B,S7&B-ILY stop the 
press 




Ben Herbyderby Cosloy 

WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BE- 
TWEEN LOVE AND LUST? Colin- 
InTheKitchen Cosmic Pidgeon It was a 
Fine idea at the time now it's a brilliant 
mistake. Ludos.sliffcheese, zoo 
story. Loneliness is such a dragJH 
Frog, Grapeman. The Present is too 
confusing,too present to imagineRF AC 
Whose Edna? SRV ONES A BOOK 
THE OTHER WAS JUST A MOVIE 



Holly Copan 

...and while your at it leave the nile litc 
on inside the birdhouse in your 
soul.TMBG What do you mean (here is 
no more boarder tape? It's Mr. Golden 
sun! ! ! ! ! ! The sun goes down every eve 
but it always seems to rise the next 
morning, isn't that interesting? Keep on 
dreaming THANKS!! 




Richie Costantini 



Remember all the goodtimes w/DN, 
DV, BA,LC,MS,AG-f all the rest you 
know who you are. I never thought I'd 
make it. Parties at Daves. Lou#27(#l) 
Mrs.ED.DAN how are those Bruins? 
DoingSOmphNOT As-IF. Hey Boyz the 
givels are Squatliebearable. -Sum- 
mer^O- Thanks Mom-KDad WHAT'S 
NEXT? 




William Cowin 

"Only that day dawns to wish we are 
awake." Four years isn't a lifetime but 
the good memories are forever. WOW ! 
Tennis states 8991 B-Ball w JOE S 
GREAT! RACH SUM of 90 in Mi. 
THANKS, BillW. + PHIL G. TWO 
MIESHA; Times really were not that 
tough! THANKS! MRS T., RODM 
JHBEBTACSCSA WOW THANX 
MOM DAD APRIL JACKIE 



Chris "Cuch" Cucinotta 

HOCKEY 8 Baseball 8 HO Waterski 
Kneeboard Queensryche RC MV Drag- 
gin With Abba DB Eggo MC SM Wuz 
YP MM I'll miss the hockey. Maine and 
more Maine. Robin every weekend. 
Where did all the time go. It ' s been good 
knowing everyone, I luv U Robin. Thanx 
for everything Mom and Dad, I never 
could have done it,I LuvU both 



Lea C. Cunningham 

"I've found that just surviving was a 
noble fight I once believed in causes 2 
I had my pointless point of view and life 
went on no matter who was wrong or 
right" NM Theres nol like a BF NT- 
Just because cape cake mountainsWH 
SL-TIWTDOEWIMIWA rhgiac AL- 
RBS ACDCASAPUOW EM 5 SB-Tofu 
wbtofm AG-what!CI SARCWZ'Shid- 
inguQ-loveU all 



Chris J. Curcio 

Freshman year was Terrible. Sophmore 
year was somewhat better. Junior year 
was great. But Senior year was pissa. I 
know this is going to shock my friends.so 
hang on guys,but I love this school.I 
truly do. I've had so much fun here. NN 
TV cannot die. Don't forget about our 
band guys,Cover-Up. I wanna' rock. 



Greg Curry 

FROOKNUTS BE HAPPY HELP 
SLIP BLOOMIN SHINE 





Beth Ann D'Agostino 

Carpe' Diem-Sieze the Day! BT GS 
KR2 LH LC KGH KS G Fam. Yo track 
buddies we're just rejects! YL+Camp 
God loves you. 1 hope we stay in touch. 
Hey stop pulling my tail. LO you're 
such a cow! Castaway the busride + 
curse. Jess is a god. "I '11 see you on the 
dark side of the moon!" Thanx Mom. 
Dad. Michelle and Sport! 



Theodore J. Dalicandro 

To the whole crew NT.JS, NN, JA. 
TO.SB.MC.PR. Hey Tony threw the 
rock Brandon it's your fault that it rained 
K Why did you sleep over Cape 90 
crowded CS Jen I will miss you I love 
you forever don't forget I've had the 
time of my life together forever Bye 
Thanks Mom + Dad + Family +Taylor 
Never Ending Night SM IRMDAZNM 
Friends Always 



Brendan Daly 

High School Was the best 5 years of my 
life. Thanks Mom + Dad + K + T. Later 
to my buds, old and new. DM and me on 
the B. Hey Libs. What's that thing on 
your neck? The Judgement has spoken. 
Vaya con dios. compadres! Pasta On! 
It's Hammer time! 



Michael Daniel 

Yo this is Mike so check this! Id like to 
say thanks to my parents MR & MRS 
DANIEL who've only had great expec- 
tations for me, my incorrigible brother 
who whipped me into shape, K.G. al- 
ways enlighten me to do greater things 
in life. TO PAS WILLTROY GEORGE 
EVIE TROY PEACE TO METCO 
MEMBERS PEACE IM OUTTA 
HERE DOG! 



Matthias M. de Haan 

Once upon A time A foreign man came 
to Newton.Soph he was in Bacon.Junior 
he was Rileyoid. Senior realizing eve- 
rything. (Centre Crve 89) GeorgeGra- 
hamSteve/Sibannac 3Jews, 1 Italian. 1 
Dutch man Slik, LessThan Zero 
Geekman MaddmanMuffmMan"Get A 
car SEAN !"Volvo Power!"Life is noth- 
ing to get hung about" Love to Mom+ 
Dad+Alex-HAshje 




Andrea L. DeMattia 

Nothing is a waste of time if you use 
the experience wisely! Rem:JN, KM, 
MD, AD, SS, CS, SO, BB Miss you 
Nic+ Rach:sum 88-i-9,MR T-Bird,NS- 
1 1/19/88 scrt mdvz,JSC 9-30,strp pkr 
w/DQ,JN,PB,DL;Jodi-"HE'SMINE! ", 
Follow that beachwagon! Tommy- So 
many more special times ahead ILYA"6/ 
23/89 Love to my family 



Anna Demeo 

A Great Person once wrote that "one 
solid memory outweighs a thousand 
tears." He was right. 2 my friends far 
and near, thanks for the memories. 
Mailmen camp FebvacMcd'sTrashOB. 
To My Family-Thanks guys You're the 
Best! There's a place in the sun where 
there's room for everyone. gonna find 
me a place in the sun. 



Beth DePasquale 

Ftball Mgr 3,4 Track Hurdles In 1234 
Out 234 Always Rem. Cruisin in the 
Boat Hmroom MS JE-WeLeftTheBag 
OnTheBus AM-Heave! BonJovi 89RC 
BillyJoel 89JDBL FebVac90LoonMtn 
MBJD The Shifters Mem Day Wkend 
90@MBw/ SPAMJVLR Purple Pas- 
sion! Whats That?Spaneria Your Rocket 
Its So Big! Thanks Mom, Dad-nFamily 
GoodLuckToAlIMyFriends Nick I Luv 
U 



Monique Desantis 

Don't live 4 yesday,U can't change it. 
Don't live for tomrow it may not B 
worth it,Live 4 2 Day it's what u've got. 
Stef-HAng X can nvr replace mems.Ta- 
tomorrow may B2 late*C ARPEDIEM* 
Bobby"Imconfused."MC NT HM CA 
Sara Jen-^all who helped make 
mems.Thnx. Brandon "Lets play in the 
rain. " Cynth. Ma+Daddy w/o U I'd B 
nothing I Luv U 




Stefanie Desantis 

4 something that seemed endless.it ended 
too soon,but w/out my friends it wouldn 't 
have begun.Thanx! Tara&Hol-Chmg 
THNXGVNG 89 Jen Monique Sa 
BT-hMC. PAUL- c-ya under the 
BOARDWALK in 201 1 :Promise? 
MOM-Knowing U would DIE for me is 
the reason I live! 1 43bff Corinne Dad- 
io capisco che m vuoi bene, grazie! 
Jeff&LaralLY! 




Vickie Dew 

Good shepherd. Tell this youth 
what "tis to Love: It is to be all made of 
Fantasy, all made of Passion, all made 
of Wishes and so I am for Phebe-AS 
You Like It...LTPEESJW AIM! Nice 
Girls Don"tBut... Subtlety, 
Sublety...Room With a View. I LOVE 
YOU MOM DAD LEX. Bon.Tu Viens? 



Chad Dixon 



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Clint T. Donovan 

SOCCER2^- 3CAVEMAN'SDEA 
D!!ITS BEEN REAL FUN YALL! 
GAIL GONNA MISS YOUSOR- 
RYRBJ-MAN-^RATMAN2 BESTFRI- 
ENDSFOREVERMSMNJM! 
JGKTKFJENNRFMD INASTAMAR 
YOU KNOWTTHRBIGAL GEORGE 
■H TANYA! REMTHE DAYS M RSLU- 
CIAN OI'LLM ISSYOU KM LV DAG 
MRS ANTONELLIS! NA NAIL 
OEUNDTKSKAGJUPLHMMCSJIM- 
MYTHANX FOR THELOAN KIR 
KIMGLADITSYOUAND NOT ME 
CASSICAN DPAT THANX MOM-t- 
DAD I LOVE U BOTH 




Michael W. Downs 

YEAH my grand finale year! You can 
never go back Once it's over, it's over 
Thanks Jack Carosso + everyone at 
Phoenix Precision Inc. Good times with 
good ol' 72 Cadillac w/ all my Pals So 
many good times w/JB TT CP KG MC 
KC MN AS all those I haven't men- 
tioned. Thanks everyone in my family. 
I'll remember FNHS 



Rachel Dreitlein 




Kerry Eddy 

The memories: George My Fav Couz! 
ILoveya! Rem. The c hair! To my 
Friends, GL,MG,JM, ST, MD, 
HM,SC,NH,VL,CC,CC,SoOut! Hols 
Dads House, If he only knew! 
Marc, Bobby, Jason.Gossip! Steven, 
never give up.ILoveYou F-Ever. Mom- 
I dont know How you did it.ILoveYou. 
Kim. Thanx for being there. TX; 
TO,Dad,Cath,Jim. 




David FalkofT 

I would sincerely like to thank my 
family, friends, teachers, fellow stu- 
dents, school administrators and cat for 
making my short sojourn at this fine 
institute of education pleasant 
*@1329786540..!Bye?*?.all* 



Robert K. Edmonston 

"Nothing left to do but smile, 
smilcsmile..." Rem. mugging Lou, flip- 
ping the Jeep,wrestling,The citation, 
H20Ski on Fairiee,Dead Shows.roadtrip 
w/JP, MicaAVhiteHeat, MountainMen 
thanx-Jibs,T,Dman, Atky, JM, dragon. 
Liner .MS. big Lou, SC, Rach you're 
the best thanx to my family-CHDIWY 
Good luck and I am outta here! 



Ton-Ming Bay-Bay Fang 

Knowing the perfect fitness and equa- 
nimity of things, while they discuss I 
am silent, and go bathe and admire 
myself. -WW 




Sara Elinson 

???ST!CS!JF!YL! KO! JP! MB! MY! 
CDNEH? USHUH! PARADISEBY 
THE DASH BOARD LIGHT! FOR- 
MAL. JAYS IN 8.5 87 907 SKIPPY.' 
CARE-BARESARE-SCIIMAREJILL 
-SCHMILL- SCHMOOZER OVER 
THE BORDER? HELLA FUN FOR 3 
YRS + 1 ! 



Jennifer English 

CHERI LEAN ON ME IN WASIIDC 
KELLY BATTA BINCi DOODLEBUG 
BETHCRUISIN INTHE BOAT HEY 
JEAN WHERESYOURC ANDY? 
HOLLY. FRENCH BUDDIES 4EVER 
JOYCE TRIPS 2BOSTON STEVE 
BROTHERLOVEMARGEHOWS 
THESUNBURN.'MIKETURTLE 
POWER!KATHWHAT AN ENGLISH 
CLASSTMJDDTK VH LKLMBTHNX 
MRSKEEFELOVETOALLMY 
FAMILY+NIKOALLDONEHEREWHATS 



Cheryl Kngra.ssia 

WELL I GUESS I SIKK KI.D YOU 
GUYS I FINALLY DID IT! FEB 
24. 1 989 DREW I LOVE YOU Df3 NOT 
FORGET IT O K. SMELLY! MICH 
ELLEWE HAD SOMEGOODTIME.S 
THAT I WON T FORGET N Y KRIS 
I'M GLAD WE ARE BUDS AGAIN 
TERESA THANKS MOM +DAD I 
LOVE YOU BOTH THANKS N.E. 
CONGRATS TOGRADS OF '91 WE 
MADE IT!! 




Karen Faraca 

To my best of friends-JS AA AC BR 
RD I love you-The Bench Spark'em up 
man!-The waiting game-The never 
ending quest- Ann's constant reminder- 
TheCrew-THESE CHILDRENTHAT 
YOU SPIT ON AS THEY TRY TO 
CHANGE THEIR WORLDS ARE 
IMMMUNE TO YOUR CONSULTA- 
TIONS. THEY'RE QUITE AWARE 
OF WHAT THEY'RE GOING 
THROUGH!!! 



Vincent James Farina 

Football. Baseball .Gymnastics Good 
times w/ slim $ Beaker tip a Canoe 
lately? Billy Taboo! LD's are the best 
except at 4AM. Brookline at 3AM Par- 
ties with Jose. Mods. Hillsides. Good 
luck to LP. KA. MC. IN. VS. JG. LR. 
LF.& Bill Lee thanks for the talks esp 
on MV.MA you and Lisa are the best! 
BS SEE YAH!! GOOD LUCK ROB 



Daniel Finkelstein 

"I know nothing stays the same, but if 
you're willing to play the game, it will 
be coming around again. .."Wre 
23cpt4lax34 CMTou89#l Drew- 
whatever. . .( hm ) Berkyouthinktoomuch 
Baze -I QUIT The Ford House Kullcr- 
ismsShuaasMICHhaaaT-Aloe. 
Hildgard, Levy . etal-Thnx Mom Dad- 
LaulLuuU "Sometimes you have lojusl 
play in the rain." 




Chery Lee Finley 

We did it! JY,KW,JE,SL,KP,DC.JML 
-I- everyone I missed Good Luck 2 
Moe,KS,MP,DT,BDMRS,TR,RB Rem: 
Summer of 87 Sue. Sailssbury Beach 
Kel. Jen we'll get there sumday! 
KH"Kick butt 'N' Soccer" "I'M A 
HAPPY CAMPER" Good Luck 2 the 
class of '91 thanx Mom Dad+Buddy -H 
rilnever4get you Spot! "V/E BE OUTA 
HERE" 



David Fiske 

Fleshy-headed mutants, are you 
friendly.eh? Don't ask me, I'm just 
improvising my illusion of careless 
flight. Everybody got to elevate from 
the norm. Plate of Shrimp. Gvbkin is 
eximious! I'll have dry white toast and 
a Coke. Chess anyone??Can you see 
the real me, CAN YOU? 



Chris Flagg 

Good times in Adams/Beals. Remem- 
ber. Cruisin the Boulavard at Hampton 
Beach. Good times in mustang with 
CS,DM,MV my old friends JB.BG.JP, 
MC-The -STATION-Football: No. 22 
VS.TO, DL.AD.VF.BS.MG MJ.KH. 
PA Adams crew/the Bench. Mom-i-Dad 
-Hfamily:Thanx for everything. Good 
luck everyone- Luck of IRISH! 




Leonore Fleming 

As time passes U learn who your true 
friends are... Brenda&Erina UR the 
best! Rem. CB. MB. JM.BM.JU. VA. 
VS. PB.JB.KK. KC. KR. MB. CR. LS. 
MM.CS&esp BD.OH WELL! Is it re- 
ally over? April 90 summer 90w/the 
crew. trunk any I? Hawaii! Echo? Lip- 
stick! prelude. Thnxs RonB.Thnxs 2 
Mom & Dad.I Luv U .Good luck 2 all&go 
after your dreams 



Maggie Flynn 

I was chasing the sun the other day. but 
it kept seeping between my 
fingers,, when I do catch it. then I will 
go after the moon. I embrace those w ho 
live w/ laughter, you have made me 
smile. "If you can talk, you can sing, if 
you can walk, you can dance." You 
goose. ..HM quack. ..ah. Bay .MANY 
WARM, SLOPPY KISSES. 





Christopher C. Ford 

"Women: can't live with em. pass the 
beernuts." -Norm Peterson.Cheers Mil- 
lathon-4 watah- CW Show let's watch- 
Piggies-Hey, Berky, Hey ... Homework 
break Where's Fink? He's crazy. Golf 
rules-viking-British walk. Bang! 
Wow.great times. Thanx to all my 
friends for everlasting memories. 
ThanxMom.Dad, Carrie, Dave 




Peter Forsythe 

"In my world. ..all things were possible; 
if Sydney, who was four years older 
than I, could perform legerdemain and 
swallow a coin and make it come out 
through the back of his head, I could do 
the same; so I swallowed a halfpenny 
and Mother was obliged to send for a 
doctor," -Charlie Chaplin 




Susan Faith Garb 

WHEN YOU ARE DISSATISRED 
AND WOULD LIKE TO GO BACK 
TO YOUTH.THINK OF ALGEBRA. - 
Gene Yasenak...Chocolate? NEVER 
LET SCHOOL GET IN THE WAY OF 
YOUREDUCATION.-Mark 
Twain. .Valetparking MOM, DAD-h 
JEFF, Thank you for everything! 




Kathleen M. Gibbons 

TO THE PEOPLE WHO MEAN SO 
MUCH TO ME THANKS FOR ALL 
THAT YOU HAVE DONE, GREAT 
TIMES WITH JT HK MC KC MN YT 
TT AND MANY MORE! THANX 
MOM AND DAD I GRADUATED! 
TO EDCO: YOU'RE THE BEST! 
MANY THANKS TO MARGO 
REENE LOUISE JOAN. TRUDY 
YOU RE A DOLL ! I LO^VE YOU ALL! 
"KATZ" 




Frank Gigliotti 

CC remember the good samrday nights 
at Nicks ice cream with the guys, Joe 
and CF at euro. JV good luck next year. 
GS keep flexing those muscles. Good 
times in autobody-K)ld Adams. Thanks 
Mom-HDad-Hpamily for putting up with 
me. School is over grazie a dio. 




Marsha Gilmore 

Don't u KnowThat UR A Shooting Star 
AndAllTheWorldWillLoveUJustAs 
Long As UR! Ill Miss You JH LC 2MM 
Remember You Always ACYMHM 
Field Hockey Track AnneOfGreeneGa- 
blesCarribeaivDave Spaghetti WeDidIt 
AndreaBFFI2YRSILOVEYOU 
ChicksterAren'tYouGladToKnow 
ThatYouve e Got a Friendin A World 
That Can Be So Cold Moving RightA- 
long In Search Of Good Friends Good 
Times... 



Angelo Girginis 

Thanks MOM DAD I couldn't do it 
without you also Thanks to Mr D for 
everything. Good luck in the future you 
guys need it you Drunks SB MW JS NN 
KB MA RC MCJA MJ PR KY JH KH 
KC. To Tex good luck and take it easy 
buddy and thanks for everything see 
you later green horn 



Elizabeth Joy Glazier 

To live only for some futtire goal is 
shallow. The sides of the mountain 
sustain life, not the top. That's where 
things grow. Of course without the top. 
you can't have any sides. So on we 
go .We have a long way. .No hurry ..Just 
one step after the next.. .Much love to 
Mom, Dad, Robyn, Joe, Jon. and Nan. 



Ellsaveathe M. Gold 

WELL IT'S FINALLY OVER GUYS 
SUE,CR,CC,CR,MS,KS,MW, CB 
SWIM FRIENDS PLUS SUMMER OF 
90 ROCKS! HEY WHERE'S THE 
BCRDY7SLUSHES MAZDA MO- 
BILE DADS JUST DO IT! LIFE'S 
BATTLES DON'T ALWAYS GOTO 
THE STRONGER OR FASTER MAN 
BUT SOONER OR LATER THE I 
WHO WINS IS THE 1 WHO THINKS 
HE CAN! THANX 4 EVERYTHING 
MOM AND DAD GOOD LUCK BEN ! 



Clare K. Golden 

"...AND DRAW AND PAINT AND 
SING AND DANCE AND PL AY AND 
WORK EVERY DAY SOME." TO MY 
LUCKY FRIENDS AND ALL THE 
SUCKAS LEFTOVER: ACCEPT ALL 
TREATS, THE NON AND CHEEZY 
AS PARTY FAVORS KAY + 
JOHNNY G 4EVA DYNAMIC 
MANY THANKS TO THOSE WHO 
DESERVE IT- YOU KNOW WHO. 
SO MUCH PROFUNDITY IN SUCH 
LITTLE SPACE- BOGGLING NOT 



Wendy Jo Goldstein 

TO: FLEE, Leah, LA,M C, KA, MO, 
IN, LA, AHJEW, VF, BS. CY.CM, 
VERMONT FRIENDS. MOO CLASS 
OF 1991 YOU'RE GREAT.THANK 
YOUMOM,DAD,AND JEN.I LOVE 
YOU. GOOD-LUCK TO EVERYONE, 
ESP. FLEE. LAROS.BEN-t-JERRYS. 
COORS MONSTER.HOLD ON TO 
THAT DOOR HANDLE -JEN. LEAH 
& FLEE YOU ARE THE BEST 
FRIENDS AROUND. ILUGUYS 



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liana Goldwasser 

It's Over It's Over It's Over! 
JSRMCCLRMLAIGCB:"YouOnly 
LiveTwice,OrSoItSeems,One 
LifeForYourselfAndO 
neForYourDreams"NS-BealsCouncilT 
hanksBenjiMowgliJCSM-f3D- 
7BlessedYrsOfThePit-NS,SZ-ILove 
You! View Halloo Crazeee HairJun- 
gleBk Israel Bday Dinners-RIGHT-To 
The God mom Of My Kids And 
AnotherSOYrs-I'm Getting You A Sail- 
boat! 



Fredrick W. Goodrich 

High School done Praise The Lord! 
Four years of good and bad now dust in 
the wind Well, that's life! Thanx to Mr. 
S Mr. C Ms.C and all who made these 
good years. Mom, Dad, Peter, and Allan 
-"Thank you for your support" B-t-J till 
Quayle reaches puberty, or 10 years, 
whatever comes first, good luck! 



Lynn M. Gorgone 

Sabrina-Thanks4everything!Laura-we 
didthetnie'AG"!GLW/JM!Sasha-Busl 
a move! Jason we tried My preroga- 
tiveCalw/Cheryl4/90 West Point7/90 
SummersonCapeCodw/RC& KM! 12! 
Pink!Tuna&Pepsi!MMS&SFw/LF 
Don't Worry Be HappylTaintedLove 
McD'sw/LR&JV Never Say Goodbye 
LP MB DG Jon-GoodLuck!ni miss 
ya! Luv&Thanx to my family, M&D 




Isak Groskind 

BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH 
CompleteLy Amazing Mosse 



V". 




Christopher A. Guild 

"Well. .Ah. .the moon was in my eyes." 
"Itsmadnessjust madness. "Thanks to 
all of my friends.we"ve had some great- 
times together!Soccer&Lax. Thanks 
Coach DiMambro for having the confi- 
dence in me !First Goalie game winning 
assist at NNHS!G#4Thanx to all teach- 
ers. Steve&Phil.Rem the Goaliemobile 
Love you Mom.Brian and Dad 




Charles "Chuck" Harris 

TO EDCO THANX, 1 had a great 
time.A'football, 1987-89, Vfootball.JV 
LACROSSE,! 988-89, V LAX 1991. 
POWER-LIFTING, SAN FRANSICO 
49ER#1, JAMES H. Cappy-GetA New 
Play Book.Tell BoysToLift Weights. 
Bobby B . You Need Mass. MY 
MESSAGE: LIFT! STAYOFF STER- 
OIDS, THINK BIG, THINK HARD 
CORE, BOYS!! 




Brandon Hehir 

Ftball 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2Capt HOOPS 1 1 , 1 2 Capt 
"Lloyd"Baseball 10,1 1,12 Remb: Temp, 
TonyM,Trudo,Marc-Meyers, Buck?? 
Joey Byeah OK, Kamau CCs, DLeg 
Scrub, Bag s. TD,Joker, Tommy ,Drew,T 
Rbtweenus,MD,BigT,CD,Von,Squeak 
Truro EBA Brook Incident Who thre w 
the rock?Flip w/8in BLAZER, 
whatgun?Thanx to Cappy, MrKamar, 
JoeC Luv always MOM, DAD, Nu, 
Paul, Jason 




Maura Hadro 

"Eat out. Eat out often. Eat out with 
friends. Drink fine wine, travel, see the 
world and marry rich." Clare- wish you 
good times! KO- Wear your shoes, 
Ingrid! In search of chia pets.. .Cheese... 
sin. Bitterness. Picaya! Thanks Mom, 
Dad Ed, Neal, Heidi and Gale. 



James Haley 

It's All over It went way to Quick re- 
member all the good times with Mike 
Squeak K Buck and the rest of The 
crew. Kays House.TA times,keg week 
14kegs The lucky night Dips at Yerar- 
dis pool SB week cove truck you're all 
done MY name is Richard, Richard 
Weed but you can call me Dickweed 
later 



Eric Harbert 

Chair is alright: Ask not directions from 
Babushkas. I'm not one with a sense of 
proportion when my heart stillchanges 
over- night. Don't ask me I'm just 
sympathizing my ill- usions a harmless 
flight. Sing, Goddess; I may make you 
feel but I can't make you think. Diesel- 
pot. Can you see the real ME CAN- 
YOU? 



Katie Harrington 

Loosen up! The bol thing you 've ever 
done for mc is to help me take my life 
less seriously. It's only life after all. 
Expressyourself. be yourself,grab your 
self, love yourself, teach yourself and 
think by your self.B-show em what U 
got. C+T.Tune in Tokyo.A.I love U 
madly. E.youaremysun-shine 
.L.Madonna lives on. 




Kamau M. Harris 

FOOTBALL 11-12 CAPT GOOD 
LUCK:SQUEEK THEO BAGS JIM 
BARON TRUDO "STAFF" HEHIR 
CCS BUCK SHRUB AND ALL THE 
BOYS I MISSED C-YA MISS YOU: 
SABRINA "LOVE ALWAYS" ALEX 
ANNA LAURA STEPH "LUV YA" 
MS-KS CLAUD REM ALWAYS 
JULIE I'LL MISS YOU CLASS OF 
'91 THANKS MOM DAD WES 
ZECOA MO I LOVE YOU ALL 
THANKS CAP PARTY ON PEACE! 




Sturle Helland 

There has been Great times but there are 
Greater times to come.Good luck Class 
of '91 I'd like to say thank you to all my 
friends.lt was a great three years. 




Christy Hartford 

1 can't believe its over Phyched! Al- 
ways remember going to cove with 
JC,DY,BF,(SAB),B.H.,A.D.,the Kegs, 
9th gd. in mall. Jason.LM (Squint), ML, 
RBLNJMJCHJBubbajCOAMBMSKAK 
and M(munchies) BenTiaB.S.,tss,LED 
ZEP. Thank to mom and dad 4- 
everything. Always remember Jason and 
all the best times with you.I Love You. 




David K. Henriquez 

THIS IS IT. THANKS TO EVERY- 
ONE WHO HELPED ME MAKE IT. 
NEVER FORGET DRINKING IN THE 
PARK WITH RH BN BM SO CM SV 
JF LF MS DS ES JAMIN' WITH VD SJ 
RC KF JL RM GOOD LUCK GUYS 
ALWAYS LOVE YOU ANNA. 
THANKS TO MY FAMILY LOVE 
YOU MOM AND I WISH ALL OF 
MY OTHER FRIENDS GOOD 
LUCK SEEYA! 




Elizabeth M. Hartner 

"If it did not rain, there would not be 
any rainbows" You guys make me 
smile-LG,BD,MP,CB,Karen.Dr 
Rose.Nick.Tyson SWEET! Gena-I need 
totalk.Cape May(cheese) Oohhch Beth- 
You need a new cookie Mark-you are 
what makes me happy V-ball,B-ball,S- 
ball Mom-^Dad-^Chris Thank you for 
letting me be me DK-we are still en- 
gaged. 




Michael Herman 




Julia Heemstra 

Do not be dismayed by goodbyes.A 
farewell is necessary before we can 
meet again. Mand,Ush,Mel.Bay, Mar. 
Lor.A'FGG.SpagJTR Amtrack DC. 
Aircraftcarrier SLNG. TL's.Mama, 
Lydia- Dad - thanks-G'town home- 
mvm- Makiso!It's a brand new day! 
ILOVEYOUDREW 




Melinda Herrin 

One should start w ith oneself But never 
end with oneself. Thankyou Mom, Dad: 
you taught me Love; Chelle, Jon: you 
taught me trust; Missy, Bobby: you 
taught me friendship: Billy: you taught 
me pride: Becca: you taught me hope. 
Thankyou, Lord, for all the gifts I have 
received. KRCMBD Ya'llarethebesl. 




Rachel Hitch 

How lucky am I to have friends that 
make me cr>' and make saying goodbye 
so very hard to come by..M.D+A, ev- 
eryone, thanks you're the best. I'll miss 
you. Camp. Maine. Newtonite. OB. pool, 
it's been life. Let us die young or let us 
live forever, we don't have the power 
but we never say never. Forever Young. 



Megan Horsley 



Dan "House" Housman 

I'm mostly the same, and always will 
be. only slightly stronger and wiser. 
Tomorrow will fulfill only the dream of 
some. I'll keep my wishes simple, to- 
morrow they will come true .1 onlywish 
to see a mountaintop.the ocean or a fast 
river once in a while. Goodbye all 
friends.enemies.and others someday I 
may missyouWhyRUreadin this? 



Kelly Marie Hunter 

We did it! Classof 91UguysR the 
bestl'll missUallJen BFFML +CM, 
CH-HJCLN TA. ENi- DG. RB, GT, 
KB,JY,DC,CB,andanyl I4-got.l7min 
Meah 21Jen.Gran Mom,Dad,Kim.Kris 
Tharvx4 everything.ILUVUall.Graimy 
andPalmissU.MarkURthe best.ILuvU 
w/ all my heart. URmy dream come true 
rilnevR4-getU. Nevr saygoodbye.Jen 
dreams 1 day will come true. '91 



John Hvnes 



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Eden Naomi Isenstein 

"No longer mad like a horse I'm still 
wild but not lost from the thing that I' ve 
chosen to be" S.O. Don't be shy with 
what you have women-show'em 
whatchagot! KATE and ANDREA-we 
know the real truth Now let's show the 
world-Claud and "T"-The bird lives on! 
Mom. Dad and Mel-I love you 
Lauren.Ricardo.Ned-Thanks 



Matt Jacobs 

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!! 
3:07 PM DAVE .MARK ERIC SETH 
CHARRRTRUSEDAVE(BIG 
SOFTY) PETE PASH RUSTTTJANE- 
BOTTAK! HOW S ITHANGIN'? A 
LITTLE TO THE LEFT BUT THAT' S 
OK! THNX TO (ABOVE) AND 
LIZBETH MOMDAD DAVID 
TANYA GYENA.-NE14A69-AU. 
O.BO.MASAKI.DIRT.YZERDY. 
ICHIO.HURRYUP!! HAVE TO GET 
BACK FOR CLASS— McD'sC-U-L8R 




Charles Arthur Jodrey 

MY MOST MEMORABLE DAYS OF 
N.N.H.S.WERE THE DAYS I WAS 
ABSENT. SEE DAD WE'VE GOT 
MORE IN COMMON THAN YOU 
THOUGHT.DONT WORRY MOM I 
WONT SWEAR ON THE MUSIC 
AWARDS. LINDA.THANX FOR 
BEING A GREAT MA. TO ROGER 
THANX FOR BEING THE BEST 
FRIEND A DUDE COULD HAVE! 
YOURE GONNA MAKE IT MAN 
BECAUSE YOURE THE GREATEST 




Krister Johnson 

"Imagination is more important than 
knowledge." -Albert Einstein "Avoid 
running at all times." -Satchel Paige 
"Party On!" -Seth .Mnookin Mario! 
Thanks to all of my friends, teachers. 
Mama. Papa, Erika, Greta, and anyone 
else who has been there. Don't look 
back! -CP 



Michael Julakis 

FRESHMAN LAX FOOTBALL 123 
HANGING OUT AT K'S HOUSE 
ONE LUCKY NIGHT Thanx to all my 
friends Jim UR 2Cool, kid Squeak, Buck, 
Elias, Square, Alex,Big Ang, AD, M.M, 
EB,Flagg,MVand everyone else KEG 
WEEK TA times swimmingatKevv's 
Demi,SB,YKJAJM.ThanxMr. Kamar. 
Mr.Mackie I love you Lorreta Thanx 
Mom.Dad,George,DoryILuvU 




Theodora "Dory" Julakis 

NNHSapartof our lives we will always 
remember. Best of times w/Maria all 
the best 2 you Strool thanx 4 everything 
HB2 ILuvY Eliasthanx4 all the laughs 
Never 4Get:MCETTTSAATPTST 
EXTCBXBALSMS Mich.JLID! To all 
my friends thanx 4 putting up w/me All 
mylovetomy family-Mom, Dad, 
Mike+George classof '9IGoodLuck!! 



Michael Jason Kadish 

""Now,Sal We "reLeaving everything Be 
hind Us And Entering ANewAnd Un- 
known Phase Of Things.All TheYears 
And Troubles And Kicks-And Now 
This! '"It'sTheWorld" said Dean "My 
God " JK POUNDINw/JPOZE. LM- 
UNNYCJET W=Irrationality, BR, JK, 
HQ, AU,HF JL. PINOS Crash ,Ford,The 
truth is Dangerous. ILY Mom, Dad, 
Helen, Emily. "I'm going where the 
water tastes like wine" 



Jeffrey A. Kahn 

I'M GLAD I DID IT, PARTLY BE- 
CAUSE IT WAS WELL WORTH IT, 
BUT CHIEFLY BECAUSE I SHALL 
NEVER EVER HAVE TO DO IT 
AGAIN. APK ASK THE ONCE-LER. 
HE KNOWS. IS IT JUST A WASTE 
OF TIME':' THE TIME YOU ENJOY 
WASTING ISN'T WASTED TIME. 
THE TIMES WE'VE HAD. THE 
TIMES WE'VE WASTED... AND I 
CAN'T FIND MY WAY HOME-C 
WB GOOD LUCK 



Puja Kapoor 

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL 
MY TEACHERS. WHO HELPED ME 
SO MUCH. THANKS TO MY PAR 
ENTS AND MY FAMILY WHO 
WERE ALWAYS THERE, WHEN- 
EVER I NEEDED THEM MY 
FRIENDS WHO WOULD LISTEN 
AND HELP ME. YOU KNOW GUYS 
THAT I AM REALLY GOING TO 
MISS YOU. ITW AS A GREAT YEAR. 
I WISH THE CLASS OF '91 GOOD- 
LUCK MT,TM,BL,JJ. 



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Jocelyn S. Kasper 

"A handshake and a sip of w ine,sosayit 
loud and let ilring, that we re all part of 
everything, the present, future and the 
pasl,flyon free bird, you're free at last" 
Truly grtat friends- JPOZ, LM ACK,LIB 
KDSH. BEN.KO. HQ + EK- GCP time 
o' life HQ always be happy to cr^(C.^) 
RST-whats dngerus'llkc mme» I lo\c 
u MOM DAD ADAM JAKE 





Peter Kassakian 

The following events are listed in no 
special order On foot;Dave.4 lights and 
3 blinkers;Tell me a story Stu; 
CREW;JBWHY?:Brians-'89; Scondoe; 
Cream vol3;wuzzle; Stuskin-water at 
Matt's;dozen Malaka; KJWon; JJ's 
$45Chicken Get A Bag 4 Me; Venus. 
CSN+Arlos SoccerTrips#l; I love you 
Meg Thank you Mom , Dad; I am out 
there somewhere Find Me 




Louis Kaufman 

"You got to go through hell before you 
get to heaven" SM Remember: flipn 
the Jeep, feeling like a parabola, the 
Zep reunion, cleaningGreg's puke. Brae 
Bum and subsequent chases Marathon 
sessions of ut-most magnitude Peace to 
all. Thank G-d I'm outta this dump. 



Helene Kelly 

As long as we got each other we got the 
world sitting right in our hands we got to 
be the luckiest dreamers who never quit 
dreamin' as long as we keep on givin' 
we can take anything that comes our 
way! We did it Julie!! Thanks so much 
for sticking by me. Never forget our 
good times MOM DAD Caroline. 
BARB. KAK. I LOVE U 



Julie Kelly 

Adriana, Might as well!MB A point in 
every direction is the same as no point 
at all JL Keep on risin' to the lop! Rach 
pass the balloon NYC Vermont A tests 
Santana CS+N IN.SPIRATION guide 
mne brightly In the confusion of life 
keep peace in your soul. Future is here 
we're onourown! CALIFORNIA Mom 
and Dad Thanx. I LOVE YOU 



Sheba Kelly 

C-ya I'm nnally out Thanx MR B Good 
Luck 2 all my friends CH+JC 
TERESA+Mike Remember who your 
real friends R Every I is a talker thanx 
Mom Dad Justine Dan Julie Grammy 
You'll always B Here Captain Coke Icl 
me cut your hair Chris I love U Scpl 1 7 
'88 The boat love nesi Chns Well al- 
ways B 2gelher forever YOUR GIRL 
Macs 



Richard Keuleyan 

Do Not let the Turkeys get you down, 
they don't care, Thanks Dust and Mike 
for finding out. Thanks Mom + Dad. So 
don't you be dissin', (I've got a gun 
SLAP). I HAVE A DOLLARS! If you 
want that heavy action, but you don't 
want to be robbed, you know the place 
to hit, B.B.B.Blies! Luck and life to 
G.club and all yas 




David Kilimnik 

Paddling, hiking , skiing, running. Run- 
ning? Cohasset CRCK, Charles River. 
YOU still owe me Dan! Finally 6-0.»- 
c-» X-Country, Indoor. Outdoor II- 
0? EH- The Leaf. Killington D-fly Do 
you smell bacon? I Smell Bacon. Now 
it's time forme to go, the autumn moon 
lights my way. 



Ayanna Kilpatrick 

The Crew Hold onto the Memories CB- 
Takecareofyourself MR-you mean the 
world to me LS-see you in Heaven My 
gift is my song Ana this ones for you 
my Grandpa there are stars!JL-Never- 
forget the quotes CRM Ttrip 85What- 
ever path you choose to follow when 
you get Lost there's always me to turn 
to WE'RE Stylin'! Thanks Mag Dad 
ILVYIAN MOM-wish you were here 



Douglas Kirsch 

"This is not the end of the end. this is not 
the beginning of the end, it's the end of 
the beginning." - "And while History, 
unlike mortal pen, does not cease, the 
records beyond this point remain as yet 
unrecalled." Thanks to my friends and 
family, for without them, 1 would never 
have come this far. :-) 



Abraham David Klein 

THOSE WHO. IN ONE'S LIFETIME. 
HAVE TRULY EXPERIENCED AN 
EXCESS OF HAPPINESS. AT ONE 
POINT OR ANOTHER HAVE 
DRIFTED THROUGH THE DEPTHS 
OF DEPRESSION. - A DUMAS 




Robin Kolodny 

"Hitch your wagon to a star" Inna-i- 
Diana Big blue tank shotgun NEparties 
newts kitties keesya traumatized JW 
weekends Inna's clothes Pool Jillians 
JBs BKdrive- thru Towed a -i- 3 Games 
air hockey romancandles Geazle In- 
nUsh surprise for Di'SB- day Chuma- 
ChumaYaMuMuTT '88 poisonivy di- 
metriclyoposed YihiyehTOV Remem- 
ber Joel 



Masaki Komatsu 

I came to NNHS 2 years ago. That time, 
I didn't know English very well. But 
now I know English and I can speak. I 
had a great time at Newton North High 
School. Southern All stars. 



Peter Daniel Korn 

"I don't understand what destiny's 
planned, I'm just starting to grasp what 
is in my own hands" I've learned a lot of 
things most good, some bad. But the 
important thing is to keep going and not 
to look back. You can't change yester- 
day, so do it better tomorrow. "I'll see 
you on the dark side of the moon." 



Andrew Kuller 

"A friend is a friend Nothing can change 
that Arguments, squabbles can't break 
the contract That each of you makes To 
the death, to the end Deliver your future 
into The handsof your friend." Berkies. 
BK Act, The Walk,C W Show. Painters. 
J-Ball.Ford! On foot, Bag-O.Ciao FR 
"The cows have come home." 



Kenneth K. Kwa 

K3's 8D Rucksack HW went in Q came 
out! NNHS Sci Club deserves #1 Al- 
ways. Thank U. Science Dept. for all 
the help Ken-Hjoe's mix B= KCI03+ 
C-kS.2394 Blowtorch lrio=Geoff. 
Joe+Ken=Pyrox3. Special Thanx 2 
Cappy -H4394 the best HR and Mrs. 
Black greatest counselor. NNHS will 
Always be the #1 high school!! C ya'll 
later! ! 




Dakota Lacroix 

I WANT TO THANK EVERYBODY 
WHO MADE LIVING IN NEWTON 
AND GOING TO NEWTON NORTH 
POSSIBLE. MOVING TO NEWTON 
CHANGED MY LIFE. 1 ALSO WANT 
TO THANK SOME PEOPLE AT 
SANDY ISLAND. "WE HAD THE 
BEST SUMMER" YOU WILL AL- 
WAYS HAVE A PLACE IN MY 
HEART. LI-LA-LU-MAN ON THE 
MOON. "SAVE LOWENSTEIN" 
DAKOTA FOR PRINCIPLE 




ri 

Nick Leavy 

High School? Let'srememberthe good, 
and the bad . Winning the game, and 
blowing the test. The friends and thegood 
times, the enemies and the fights. It was 
all part of high school. Let's try not to 
forget, ciao 




Jeanmarie Leehan 

Kelly we made it! Remember all the 
good times with MR MS JE CF RC KP 
SP MM LS PS PM JC esp.KW CF- 
Keep smiling JE- Halloween '89 MM- 
tum around SP-How's Kel? KD- what 
happend? PM- LL is hot JC-thanx 4 
being there KS F.Forever GL- my fav 
cuz good luck KW- FF + mustang Gt= 
hot thanx MOM DAD GOOD LUCK 
Kelly L + TL 




Arlo Laitin 

Soccer 234, Wrestling 234.. and all the 
great memories. Beast of the East. You 
can't score on Shua! Fiestas with the 
crew. SS, JB, SM. Good times w/ 
CSCODCMCDMMKJS. Hey. FM is 2 1 ? 
APK! No problem. Love to family-^ 
friends. Good luck to everyone. "Life 
goes on long after the thrill of living is 
gone "-JCM- 




David R. LeBlanc 

Bob. MENS 1990 X-C 11-0, Most tri- 
umphant! Thanks to AZ.CS, BT, GS, 
EL, JB. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adven- 
ture, MS, CA,AL. Most important: mu- 
sic, love, friendship & satisfaction. Eric 
Clapton and Jimi Hendrix rule the earth ! 
I heard some tings. Remember : Be 
excellent to each other. Most sincerely 
your's, Dave. 



David S. Leger 

BAYSTATELAXANTOADAMSKEV 
FB ALLCA PTCRUNCH CAPT KAVE 
MAN BIG RAGU TRUCKIN AIKO 
FINKMAN LAX DUDE GAME DAY 
BABY PNUT GALLERY KEEP IT UP 
JOKER-RELAX STOP ACTING VJ 
LUNCH MRS DONNEL AND 
MRSANTONELLIS WENDY! RE- 
MEMBERED U FORGOT JEN S 1/ 
2JENS IF I KNOW YOUGOODLUCK 
VISCO- YOURTHE BEST DAN RICH 
DRIVEN AROUND'HEADS AL- 
LEMPTYANDWEDON'T 
CARE'RICH MOM-kDAD I LOVE 
YOU BYE 




Bridget Landry 

No.I Don't have a pass.The crack shack 
posse in full effect. Step off;I didn't do 
nothin'.I finally made it. Special thanks 
to mom, dad, and Lynne. NA, 
MR,MR,GS,FG,JJ,JA,K .George.John 
Jude,Aldo,and Booga The World Gym 
Posse. Protect yourself home Girl. One 
more year Coco. Good bye Every one 
I'll miss ya. 




Joyce Lee 

"And in the end the love you take is 
equal to the love you make"-The Beatles 
We finally made it!!! Holly-joined at 
the hip Charlene- My Beatles buddy 
Tracey-Let's go to Boston Ana=Edgar 
Jen-keep me awake in class 
Pressnite=l A.M.;No sleep Tomorrow 
is another day Mom, Dad, Mel &Lu- 
Thanks! 



Michael Leger 




Matthew Ian Laufer 

"And time seems to go by so fast In the 
twinkling of an eye Let's enjoy it while 
we can Won't you help me sing my 
song"*The GoodTimes Soccer87-90 
SL-BSLRB Fellas skijello VRSS dozen 
eddies Doolit-DTAW Midnites ITALY 
B-happiness w/ a Master.C, my C modler 
Carolyn. "I'm in heaven when you 
smile" Thanks & Love: MD & A; BD 
& A.Marj 




Sampson Lee 



Diana Leonard 

I 'II always remember good X S w/ Inna, 
Rob. Sue, Nic.and Jo. CC 87 Shark in- 
fested waters. ME L.G 90. NU partys. 
R WE taking the boat? We lost the car. 
1R=P. Envy. Rob UR on home videos. 
DEA Evidence. Ft. Ldrdale We care. 
Dble Fsted. Sue you will always be 
immature. ILY. M+D-nWiz 




Patrick James Leavy 

Breathe.breathe the air-Don't be afraid 
to care- Leave but don't leave me-Look 
around and find your own ground- For 
long you live and high you fly-And 
smile you'll give and tears you'll cry- 
And all you touch and all you see-Is all 
your life will ever be. To the crew- 
You're The Best !! Chow! Franciasco 
Rinaldi!! 




Georgette Leehan 

4theMemories: Ker&Steve NGU 
Suebabe Hoi andCath 1 6candles JennD- 
chefl MSJA91 CMcrew90 KEremThe 
CHR Love and Luck 2 the guys in my 
life: PC AC JE KL DM SS RS Good- 
Luck 92 CandC Caira NP rem C YO B M 
Montreal clb28 1 cowboys JD JL AF Old 
Friends90 The Frs Rectory Ker Luvya 
Jenn &Sue BBD JMLLuvya JLDC JP 
NA KB KD&J Thanx MA&DAD 
ILUVYOU 



Meredith Leonard 

lIGrade-Best Year! CH, LN. LM. 
RB.THANX for Everythmg -FF -Jen- 
nifer & Kelly Remember all the Good 
times-BFF-MOM and DAD I LOVE t 
GUYS thanx for Every thing-GTA-l 
LUV YOU CHARLIE, YOU RE THE 
BEST thing that ever happened to me 
Together forever and Never 
Apan,maybe in distance but Never in 
Heart. MRS.Sicm You're the Best '91 






Susan Leonard 

Round The Cape of A Sudden came The 
Sea and the sun looked over the moun- 
tains lim and straight was a path of Gold 
for him and the need ofa world of Men 
for Me? Nicole Nan Lea u guys Rthe 
best! esp Nicole MEM goodxs dn the 
Cape & in Boston Immature 4EVA 
Goodluck 2uin college Di Thanx 4being 
U M+Dl LU V U Steve UR THE WIZ? 



Jonathan Lesser 

"WALK AGAINST THE WIND, 
BEAT YOUR OWN PATH, IF YOU 
GET LOST-TURN" GOOD LUCK 
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS,YOU KNOW WHO YOU 
ARE. AFTER THESE FOUR YEARS 
I HAVE ONE THING TO SAY "ALL 
IS WELL" OED I HOPE TO SEE 
SOME OF YOU LATER.-IN J AIL HA 
HA WELL THERE IT IS.SO.WHERE 
DO THE DUCKS GO IN THE WIN- 
TER? 



David Leventhal 

"Through these Tields of destruction, 
baptismsof fire, I've wathched all your 
suffering as the battles raged higher. 
And though they did hurt me .so bad in 
the fear and alarm, you did not desert 
me my brothers in arms." It has been 
good-Kings and Queens of the Nite-esp 
MB-great co-L. I' ve got to go, it 's ridic. 




Eric M. Levine 

Thanks I and LIuck O to: VL A, MA, JF, 
RC, DC,(Judy),KB,AW(pesce), KM, 
DT AJM(fromEbrooklyn): BHoiThose 
BGuys.Dhi ! PITS.ELisa,PJill,HMom, 
ODad, UCujo, RRaul"... tomorrow 
Ewe. will run faster, stretch out are arms 
farther.. .And one fine morning- So we 
beat on, boats against the current, borne 
back ceaselessly into the past. " 



Deborah S. Lewenberg 

We have served our 4 years and are 
finally out of here! I can see 
paradise. .winters in NH-skiing ect. 2 
lax 4 trackt. If you want it go 4 it you 
might just get it! Grotton- where is that? 
Went to a party last Saturday 
night.. .multiple personalities- Do what 
you want to do! Farewell NNHS! 



Elaine Lewinnek 

M T W Th F S syndrome is what we 
called it in philosophy. Now it's years 
Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 
syndrome and let's all go through the 
motions like RATS. I loathe these little 
boxes. The thunder is the farting of the 
gods. Goodbye, North, and thanks, 
everyone, esp Liz. 




Deborah Anne Lifson 

"All I ever wanted was the music and 
the mirror and the chance to dance for 
you!" ...astics-to be loved by you-love 
us Dance friends-past-Hpresent-Here we 
come.Broadway Meliss-nClaud! Rains- 
You're my blue sky You're my sun- 
nyday!- 2003 -Love A 11 ways! Mom, 
Dad-l-Jen-Thanx4beingthereAllmy 
Love! PartyOn! 



Susan Lipoma 

Teresa we did it!W/out each other we 
wouldn't have come this farlLU.CFget 
a perm will ya! SS I can spel your 
name! Joey trucks rule 4eva U are a 
mess.Vin-i-JulieU2 are the best. Rach- 
elRose U are my babyILU4-eva. RachB. 
How's theDiet! AlwaysRem: GolfCrse 
1 2:9.DCJ YMSJACSKKS BDdo lunch? 
Dad-hMaFamilyThanks 4-evything- 
MayGodBless ya! Kevin you will al- 
ways be in our hearts. LU. 



Julie Anne Litman 

I CAN'T SAY I'M SAD TO LEAVE 
JULIE MB-i-AD C U IN CALI IF U GO 
LCNT-i-NM STAY THE SAME LOVE 
TO ANDREW.MIKE PTHANX4 ALL 
PEACE OUT TO ANNETTE MOMO 
TORY WILL GC CB, LB-fNM TO 
ALL 'KEEP RISIN TO THE TOP" 
DEF. MY FAMILY MADE THE DIF- 
FERENCE IN ME. THANX 
MOM-hRALPH,YOUR THE BEST. 
REM WITH EVERY CLOUD IS A 
STREAK OF SUN. PEACE 



Claudy Rose Levin 

These are the days of miracle and won- 
der- Paul S. Cetz Vakeshct-snapple 
queens-Wild at Heart-Cape Cod-Does 
it glow in the dark?-l hate my hair-so's 
your face-Obsession-The collagc-I have 
dance- Chem. Mom,Dad.Bo,Ari, I 
LOVE YOU! "I must be travelling on 
now, there ' re so many places I ' ve got to 
see." 




Joshua Liberman 

SOCCER234LAX234"I SMILE TO 
THINKHOWMUCHI'VE 
CHANGED " "THERE ARE THINGS 
ABOUT ME YOU WOULDN'T 
UNDERSTAND, THINGS YOU 
COULDN'TUNDERSTAND, 
THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T UN- 
DER STAND. YOU DON'T WANT 
TO GET MIXED UP WITH A GUY 
LIKE ME, DOTTY " PEEWEE HER- 
MAN THANX MOM DADMARA 
KEG AT MY HOUSE " KEG AT POZ. 
JET MK LM BR JK IM. 



Gillian Lockwood 

Thanks to everyone who helped to make 
my high school days as joyful as I look 
in this picture. Gail, I still have those 
pants. Clo. I still have that shin. Ses, 
you still owe me $50. Cash only, plea.se. 
I'll remember you all when I'm famous. 
lOU a 20 percent dicount off album # 1 ! 



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Joseph Levin 

NNHS cross country. lnd(M>r and Out- 
door track. Want to join the science 
club. "We expected that" KCL03lcLs- 
C02+KCl+KS04=MixluaB.OKwhal 
have you been smoking. Hackers arc 
dead, dead parakeets. Leonard just 
shutup. " It 's the end of the world as wc 
know it." Solute to woofer bottles. 
Motto: Eat and bum things! 



Irena S. Lieberman 

If you love something set it free and if it 
loves you it will return and if it doesn't 
it was never meant to be.Gymn To our 
friend.s-How sweet it is..CinaB Danielle- 
Tara Becca Brad, Thank you M and D 
for being my giving tree-l love you 
Aims-Heh 'Deb. I love you and wish 
for you all that you wish for yourself. 




Boris Y. Lokshin 

IT IS OVER! IT S LIKE THE FEEL- 
ING A CRIMINAL HAS WHEN HE 
GETS OUT OF A PRISON. THE 
GATES ARE OPEN! WELL IT S 
BEEN FUN: THANK YOU ALL FOR 
GIVING ME A LESSON I WILL 
NEVER FORGET. AS I'M NOT 
GOING TO FORGET SOME PEOPLE 
I MET HERE THANKS MOM.DAD. 
TAKE CARE! 



Ill 




Tatyana Lokshina 



Rob LoPiccolo 

WouldYouHaveRemMelnATie? Being 
Intelligent Is not knowing All The 
Answers.ItsKnowingAU The Questions. 
ThanxTo Everyone WhoThinksThey 
ShouldBeThanked.'TTellIt2MySelf 
AndIAgree""You're At Peace And I 
MustHide"ELASTICBAND.Mom. 
Dad, Chris, Beth. ShutUpAnd 
CongradMe!Alunda,Zug-Zug, 
WholeH. .Peeks. PinceBugs, SutupWin- 
dowMIA. Is That Enough 



Jennifer Lowe 

Some people come into our lives & 
quickly go. Others stay for a while, 
leave footprints on our hearts, & we'll 
never be the same...Italy90-FB 
Rick,Yan,Wanda-STARS IN SOUTH- 
ERN SKIES!!! ?roar??-Phew!-SHA- 
MOO-LUDOS Stones-L* ZYH 
*ZYD1;ZY days of-(psychotic ol man) 
The time you enjoy wasting is not 
wasted time. Loveya fam'y! 



Au Ly 

I JUST LIKE TO SAY THAT THESE 
YEARS WENT BY TOO FAST. I 
WISH THOSE YEARS WOULD 
HAVE SLOWED DOWN A BIT FOR 
ME TO FULLY ENJOYTHEM. BUT 

I DIDNT. SO I DID HAVE FUN 

IN THIS SCHOOL. I GUESS THAT'S 
ALL IT MATTERS. 



Michael Lynch 




Tracey Maccullion 



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Lauren Christi Mackay 

We give+take+go in the incredibly 
complicated sweetness zigzagging ev- 
ery side An artless ovation to G+A, 
swimming, MUN,S"S, jello + such, 
M,H,K,D,B,E.alllheJ's(LL)+summer 
4 keeping me entertained .XThanks to 
God. family, friends 4 it all. Just 
remember .""We can have a good time.but 
we cannot be wild."Dig it- 




Katy Maddox 

Th eice creams all melting on the streets 
of Bloody B eer while the beggars stain 
the pavement with fluorescent xmas 
cheer - *Ereek! M.Os on SFRoadand 
deaTHreats everywhere Yajeeze. What 
was in thalDrink? STUPIDFAce. Can I 
please cut you off? You drive so uncom- 
monly. Subliminally. YOK. and the 
flavor of the day? Whoaa. Poundcaking 
OH I JUST LOVE Y'ALL SO VERY 
MUSH! 



Gabe "SW" Mahoney 

Whad'up Fred. Lookin fer Herb?It's 
been strange. I will never forget that Fri- 
day nite. Dude. I'm up that creek. The 
Butthole shucks. Rememberme DOGS, 
come back and visit sometime. How's 
ya nuggets mush?Heinous. Later Shpeal. 
Metzdog. Druid, Prosdog, Clod, 
Gailforce.Lowrig l'll miss ya.Mandy.I 
love you. Later Ja Puds 




Adriana Maixner 

Going where the wind don't blow so 
strange.JK-Once in a while you get 
shown the light. MB-Sometimes we live 
in no particular way but our own.RD-I 
taught the weepin willow."The sky was 
yellow & the sun was blue, strangers 
stopping strangers just to shake their 
hand, everybody's playing in the heart 
of gold band" A-Test 




Jon Mangion 

You Know That Women never really 
faint and Villians always blink their 
eyes. KICK A HOLE IN THE SKY. Why 
imitate; create. DIEGSTER, T 
SCRAPPY, LS AZ CS SS NM RM CJP 
TS *CliffDivmg, 3MAN. CAPE(PT) 
MUSH-BROS RULE. D's Ugly Jeep 
ALLBASHESEVER.Keep your eyes 
red+the biddies fed — don't stop until 
you're dead THANX- FAMILY. 
MBJPIR 



Alexander J. Manoogian 

I'M ALL DONE miserable to all my 
good friends Ken B Mike A Rony John 
M Kaz' K" Dave D Todd Joey Kevin 
Borelli Mellisa too Baron Hudak the 
Rabbits thanx Mike U Bob B Bob F 
Carolyn Nick N Deza Murph. Kickin 
Beat in the CRX- Round Housin-w- 
Dave D. See Ya all around sometime. 
FIA.Love and Thanks MOM DAD + 
VIV. 



Antonio Mariano 

GOOD TIMES w/CUS TONY 
PASQUALE. TEDDY. NICK.T, 
NICK.N,BRANDON-6-pack,John.A. 
KEV KEGS you owe me fifty DOL- 
LARS. "K ". CHRIS.TOMM Y, STEVE, 
BUCK.BARON,BOBBY.T BAGGS. 
DREW THE HUGE I' JEN. BREN. 
TCLS.FLIPP-N-BLAZER.Ks 
HOUSE.WHO THREW the ROCK'? 
THE BROOK INCIDENT. THANX 
MARIA. V.FRANCA#lsis SARA, 
OTTO, NICK.MOM, DAD. 



Sara Mariano 

Shall Cheerieading CRISP The Feelin 
ALWAYS REM: Jens Sue Tara Beth 
Slef Mona & rest of Adams THEO 
Friends Always YOU'RE OUT! mmo- 
bile sntabega FOR SOMETHING I 
NEVER THOUGHT WOULD END 
IT WENT BY 2 FAST Fra-couldn't 
make it w/out U Tony-RIGHT SuperD- 
TWINS? Toe-Been thru it all w/ya Otto 
Nick AKJRC MOM&DAD I'll MAKE 
U PROUD. 



Catherine Marin 

When I 1st entered NNHS.I thought 
that I would have to struggle immenscK 
with the 4 yrs that were ahead of me \v 
the days passed. I realized that grad « .i^ 
practically here, and North would soon 
be left behind. THANKS+LOVE JO 
MOM, DAD.GRS 1LUVU4/1 M 1 
HEYBOO QUALITY TOPIOLITI Hii 
stop the press", oops, CMKERID I H 
FRK, BYE NNHS 



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Thendy Marroquin 

I thank everybody at NNHS who helped 
me all 4 yrs. of HS. I thank my fam. & 
boyfriend who gave me the push 2 B at 
this point. Best wishes 2 my friends & 
good luck to yr. '91.1 thank my fam.& 
boyfriend, they told me 2 look 4 a good 
future & I needed 2 graduate Tm happy 
1 made it. I Love them. I'll miss every- 
body. 



Andrea Marzetti 

For what it's worth: Honesty is such a 
lonely word everyone is so untrue. What 
ru doing after pressnite? Marsha- All 
U got to do is call + I'll b there U got a 
friend. Meg- U keep me smiling. Erin- 
rU miss u. Love to Mom, Dad, Matt 
Ciao e buona fortuna! 



H. Andrew Matzkin 

"Many limes I've lied - many times I've 
listened - many times I've wondered 
!• 'w much there is to know" Bravado! 
Shua-Orel Whatever Fink (Hand Mo- 
tion) Ton-dog NickT. BranH. R.T. 
MattQ. FlyingEgg LIZG,BF,TR,SM. 
Ahlo, Fresh, Vin S. Do you know what 
thai makes you. Larry? LOLLY 
GAGGERS! Thanx M,D,A 



Scott Samuel Mazur 

I'd like to thank all of my teachers, 
coaches, good friends, and cla.ssmates 
who helped to make 4 years fly by. 
Especially thanks Mom, Dad, Sarah. 
Grandma, Grandpa and the rest of my 
family; you don't rcali/c how impor- 
tant you are tome. I miss you very much 
Mac B... Remember, try and enjoy life. 



Arthur J. McCaffrey 

FJ"-And there's no need of pledge or 
oath to bind our lovely friendship fa.M 
By stronger stuff Close bound enough." 
"Where were you when il happcncd'.''-|n 
the kitchen. Doing the dishes. "Ives pro- 
duced some suds from his wallet lo 
corroborate his siory.Don'l open the 
gates.who the hell needs a wooden horse 
that size? 




Scott W. McCarley 

I hate to go to bed at night and I hate to 
get up in the morning - Snoopy 
morbadve;C=2.3IT;Grizzly; stalemate; 
Do you have any cigarettes? Just make 
sure he's on your team;chicken 
bones!? !;Ah-duh; vice like grip;151;Hc 
Palled; which way is the beach?H;Now 
for a moment of silence;No Alcohol; El 
Benzo 



Brian McCarthy 



Matthew McCue 

Got no time for spreading rooms the 
time has come to be gone to our health 
we drank a thousand times it's time to 
ramble on. By the way Gus, I won't 
forget the 50 bucks 



Kristin McDonnell 

OfAllTheThingsAndCountlessMore/ 
ThatWeDoNotStrainToHear/The- 
SoundOfMemories, GoodOrBad/IsThe- 
SoundThatWeMostFear/ 
Butl'mGivingYouMy Shoulder/ToCry 
Out All Your Fears/Cause It's O.K. 
ForThe Sound Of Memories To Be The 
Sound Of Tears. -J. Wegman I'll al- 
ways be here for U-Sarah. Leiie, Liz, 
Kuller. Clue, Chris. Jes, and Nick. 



Holly Mclsaac 

Mom AioZ we've been through it all 
thnxs 4 not holding my hand ILuvUI To 
Dad.T&family you're my sunshine may 
it always be as bright as it has been. 
Heather, my best friendlLuvUI Ba- 
boom! FP my baby?MU no problem S 
CURgreat! K&G Dadshouse Cheering 
SDMDJM&TR it's a catchy beat! It 
wont bile you? Harry help me where's 
the finish line? 




Jarrod McLean 

Fastest four years of my life.but had a 
great time. Summer of '90 Hampton 
Beach never ending party, pool truck, 
topless in the Jeep Cape runs. Best of 
times with CF CS DM MV SR SZ AS 
the best for last LC ILU. We all had 
great times together. Can't forget the 
station. Thanks Mom&Dad for every- 
thing. 



Lauren McSweeney 



Deneb Meketa 

BIRTH - SCHOOL - WORK - 
DEATH... "Wherever you go. there 
you are." -B. BANZAI JESSE: "Movie 
or Movie Night?" All my love to Julie 



Anna Melbin 

Imagine all the people living 4 
today .nothing 2 kill or die 4.living life 
in peace lmagine(Lennon)2 old friends 
& new RZ SS AD UU NA LT DM MB 
BD KQ JS CB MR YK channings t want 
to froyo.Lorelei? Maria,who's drunker? 
Dave I'll never forget you. Joel.you'll 
always be reme.nbered & loved in my 
heart 



Aaron Menitoff 

Sack Jamaica ShrmsWastednighLslwon- 
DrukCont Fanner Bill Bud Cheeba w/ 
"Lucy"Poolside Dana You Got Mugged 
BatJonlO:30 Get Out! Crximbdog Aky 
Your Fault Sean LessThan Zero Julian 
Audi LasagnaPotsLB T. Get Me My 
Dab Kit Jam. Mont. N YCCanCun-Dcd 
Go Wushu Vineyard Ded Party89 
WhiteHeat 40oz. Quarries D.S.Ghost 
M.D. TwinPks. Thanx Mom. Dad and 
Dan 






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Bryan J. Merriam 

"Out Of The Blue And Into The 
Black"LedZeppelin-Tull-BadCo-Aer- 
osmith-Metalhca-The Dead-CCR-Hen- 
drix-Stones-Eagles-Doors-The 
Doobies-Skynyrd'NTheWho? B Hits- 
Budweiser-Cogan-Heinz'N' Bubba- 
SmokeA"Jay-Bar"Teachers-Fiiends'N 
Foes "Have A Nice Life" LetThe Good 
Times Roll !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! 



Rachel Mersky 

"And you run and njn to catch up with 
the sun but it 's sinking and racing around 
to come up behind you again. "-Roger 
Waters Blue Velvet-Gory Stories-slum- 
ber parties ! J-Floyd -i- storms. . .ILYP ! 9- 
17-89 M+D+A-Thanx! I love you! "So 
much time so little to do. Strike 
that.reverse it"- Willy Wonka "nuff said! 



Michael Von Metz 

THANKS NO, GM AND ALLTHE 
CREW.DONTFORGET 19TTHH0LE 
OMNI, CHARIOT.T. KENMORE, 
WOOOS. HSQ, BBANDS.ORYOUR 
MOM.HARDCORE-^LEDZEP4EVA. 
ALSODOCS.OXBOOD AND nights 
withbrew stone-i- Miller+ Slap SHOT-h 
GTPOSSE. SCULLY BUTT+SEB+ 
HONKY.TO ALL I WISH A SAFE 
AND HAPPY LIFE DEGI HGHTTHE 
POWER HOPETOSEEYOUALLA- 
GAIN I WISH YOU WERE HERE 
SMA 



Nancy E. Mirken 

"EVERY SEED NEEDS 2 BECOME 
A FLOWER.I AM THAT SEED... "LC- 
nolcanever take your place SL-DU 
WZMLZABB? Jose-1 Luv U NT-nice 
undiesBB-LIAIYKJMSB Seth-never 
4getme,CCMKCSSCB Bagel-sab!! 
NEVER4GETCAPERCDTHEGIRLZ- 
ILYALL!!! SSLIOOIB Mom. 
Dad, Andrew, Jenny. Court I LOVE 
YOU.THANKS FOR EVERY THING. 



Michael Mitchell 

SP'THE FUHR"LF-SEE YOU LATER 
CR0C0D1LE"TL,KD"M0SH IT 
UP 'BB-PURITY MAN AND PROUD 
KW "IS HE BL1ND?"JL"H0WS THE 
TRACKS?" MS-MY FAVORITE 
CUZ! JE"LET SKICK SOME FOOT" 
SP'EAT ANY SUBS LATELY?" 
K V'STOP PICKING UP KE V BY THE 
NECK" KS 'METS ARE GOING NO 
WHERE" RC-BRUINS# 1 TO ALL MY 
FANS WHO WANTED ME TO TURN 
AROUND, LUV YA 




Mandy Moneyhun 

Life passes by us as we sit here in a dark 
room staring at glow in the dark stars, 
singing VERA! MG AM AB CP NO GS 
CA MM I will miss you all! Julia and 
Lorig you guys are the best! We will 
always be together. GABE I Love You! 



Damien Moody 

Cheerio! Remember Old Times We 
Learned to speak and spell When Boys 
said go and we just couldn't get enough 
of ... Living Through Blasphemous 
Rumours- Now we know that people 
are people . So why should it be ... Now 
we enjoy the silence but we're still 
Behind the Wheel tonight. DA,HK and 



Laura Morrissey 

I AIN'T JOKING I HAVE TO 
RAMBLE, TC MS JM TRIP 90 
PARTY CR SWILLDOW KS MS KC 
CABOT+ALISON BERMUDA '91 
GRAND PRE RICHES APT LETS 
TALK DEEP CATHY SO GLAD 
THINGS CHANGED STEVIE NICKS 
# 1 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '91 
GLAD WEBECAMEONE! NANCY-i- 
LYNZ UR MY BP'S WHAT'S UP 
FAE THANKS DAD 4 EVERY- 
THING JASON I LUV U FOREVER 



Meghan Walsh Morrissey 

The storm is breaking or so it seems 
we'retooyoungtoreasontoogrown up 
to dream -If I swallow anything evil put 
your fmger down my throat, and if I 
shiver please give me a blanket keep me 
warm let me wear your coat/I 'M NOT 
NATURALLY EVIL such things I do 
all to make myself more attractive to 
you! I'm craZZy 'bou! ya(it)! CAM, 
Ang, MG, Eroy,I,G.M-Truly Disap- 
pointed "Goodnight and thankyou" 




J/ • i 

Victoria Muchnik 




Jennifer Mullen 

Good luck to all my friends! Marc thanks 
for being there !Tara Sara Brenda HOL 
Monique.Best X's, Bob, Tony, 
Pasquale, little tony,Steven.Chris Kerry- 
LorettaU R the best! Nancy Sandra 
Marissa. Pacita always remember! 
Mom+Dad you two are my world!Carl 
the future is yours!The world is ours 
now so lets go for it! 



Karl P. Munkelwitz 

Evanston Secula Those Guys 11 tour 
d' Italia Bad jokes Ric n Rocco CFD 
Craigville Ted's glasses I'm so tired 
3 1 82 CC 1 1-0? Swedish fish We run for 
fun. ..not! Gray The Bobs Won't you? 
Autumn Her While my guitar gently 
weeps Architecture Firenze Thanks to 
everyone at NNHS and also to Mom, 
Rich + Alex 



Elizabeth Munroe 

"And these children that you spit on, as 
they try to change their world, are 
immune to your consultations. They're 
quite aware of what they're going 
through." 



Celeste Moure 

"The Desire of Man being Infinite, the 
possession is Infinite, and himself 
Infinite. "WB (3 meanings) Thanx mom 
& Matt for all your support. Hey Poo! ! ! 
Chris?-Jim! QUALITY!!! (2X)EN?? 
Clue!. ..What an empire lofty!"It's d ? 
daytoday"pertTudingrs '88. "It's proba- 
bly the speed." Tgger go go.. .go with a 
smile!!! 



Caitie Murphy 

So many adventures could live today, so 
many songs we forgot to play, so many 
dreams swinging out of the blue-oh let 
em come true... A&C- M+P, IT, PA, 
etc. ..thanks for every thing, guys. R- 1 7! ! 
L- Tennis? T-Allnilers D-Someday K- 
Hey, Baby l-puns ...and all you guys, 
you're cool! H-Mais vous etes fous! 
M.D&N-ILY Carpe Diem... 



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Jennifer Murphy 

Kel your car "The green car watch oul" 
"slam into park" SORRY! ToiMeah 
+Charlie( 17).LynAnn+Tony, Christy+ 
Jason good luck. Kerry + Kia good luck 
next year.To:RB,DC.J Y.AB.LB. JL. 
MD, XT, EH. TC, GC. MV, AW, WS, 
EC, RG and Max even though you're 
not with us. I'll miss you all.goodluckto 
the class of '91 Mom+Dad I Love U 
Thanx! BYE 



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Jodi L. Nagel 

This is not the end. It is not the 
beginning. But, it's the end of the begin- 
ning. Marc-I dig you, but I still 
wonRIGHTIBFFILYADana- 
TTHCTTYFATSYGMBISLY Cori/ 
Shane Sttub. where's the shirt? late night 
trips Andrea- CASUAL SEX secret 
rendezvous. He's mine Beachwagon 
Mirk-SAB Kara-nice attitude shrm 
withCAS AM,RS,BT,MK,CA Thanx 
MDRGNPBAMLA 



Daniel Nardelli 

Need a little sauce to "kickstart my 
Heart" It's Been Great.Thanks Dave 
Bob, Rich,Michelle,Bcst Friends Al- 
ways. Never Forget Fessi Parties at 
Dave ' s-Thanks Mark and Cry -Gotta Get 
Some Givelle to Squatty. Thanks Mom 
& Dad! The Bruins #1 in '91. Better 
Check Six! See Ya! 



Lynann Newton 

COSMETOLOG Y9<)-9 1 ! MEMORIES 
W/ML, JM, KH, RB, CH, LM,WF.BB 
GOODTIMES W/ MEAN + CHAR- 
LIE! SUMMER OF9()-RA + DEB LIVE 
ONIHEY RITA... BOOM! OH YA! 
TRI-PERFECTTHECAPEJ 852BAD 
YELLOW VETTE! ALL MY LOVE 
AND THANKS MOM, DAD, 
DARRELL-hJEFF,I love U ALL! 
TON Y.YOU MEAN THE WORLDTO 
ME AND THAT WILL NEVER 
CHANGE,] LOVE YOU FOREVER! 



Nick Nicolazzo 

Good limes Crankm' Beat with the 
Conyst.Dnnkin' kegs with-KB-AM- 
DC-PL-DD-Buck-EARS-ShnibHows 
the neck?You guys R All Done. You 
only live once so get all the punlang you 
can gel.Thankstoallmy fncnds-JS-SB- 
KY-JA-TO-PR-Bucks Malibu-Nalalie 
thank you for the Best 2 years of my lifc- 
Thanks-Mom■^Dad-Miml-Patlsy love 
you all 




Eileen Nowak 

Mornings we all rise to wireless VERDI 
CRIES! STAND BY ME DREW!G- 
LUCK:KS,LP,RL.LR,JM,SS KM-the 
world will never be at peace until men 
fall at their woman's feet and ask 
forgiveness! ! ! Aron.maybe someday we 
will find out where the ducks go-LUV 
U! VJ and BS-watch for tipping 
canoes!Thanks M-hD,SN,BN! POO- 
TEE-WEET! 



Rosemine Occean 

LOVE YOU THANKS MOM DAD 
CAROLINE JOHN LOVE ALWAYS 
TO DR LIZ NO MORE TRIANGLE 
THANKS -H BYE TO MR M and X- 
COUNTRY MISS YOU LH MK KM 
SQ KS DA TJ BF MS CS KF MM 
BEST OF LUCK WC TENNIS ANY- 
ONE? DL? -NOT" WHY SHOULD 
WE RUN? LOTS OF FUN WITH 
MODEL UN NOW ONTO COL- 
LEGE!!!! 



Kristen Anglin Olson 

These are the seasons of emotions and 
like the wind they rise and fall this is the 
wonder of devotion I see the torch we 
all must hold this is the mystery of the 
quotient upon us all a little rain must 
fall.RT-U Love.. HQ-Nothing left todo. 
MH-Thank you Mom, Dad&Kerry - 
You know our love will not fade away 
DW-Thanks ,ILU 



Thomas O'Reilly 

LAX1234 FOOTBALLI234 good 
timeson "D" with Anto days and night 
in Bucks Malibu shrubs Brown car 
Never can forget"K"House Summers 
At Yeradi's pool Yeah ok Adams no 
one can forget the Brook Flip Oct 7 '89 
The Truck Down the Cove Good Luck 
to all my friends in the real Adams 
Thanks MOM DAD for always being 
there 



Seung Y. Park 

NNHS:RedBuilding,Like Hell School 
lunch: Sucks! Really DriverED: 
Notebook, pen and my pillow. Report 
Card: either B or C ... S.A.T.: Ticket to 
college. I did bad but I'm going to 
where I wanted. — I'd like to say thanks 
to my friends for being friends to me 
and also to who're not my friends but 
were friends. 




Steven M. Patriarca 

Hockey 234 BB MM"HimmLER" SB 
Car School Posse JL SS KW "No we're 
not keeping theKIDS" JE FG "Giggles" 
JL KS CI KD' one of the combat Elec- 
tricians" KV "The Combat Electrician" 
X Man Al Bundy Bruins Thanks Mrs. T 
RR"The Afro"BC"Don't Nickle and 
Dime Me " LR PP JV MS 



Marc Patry 



Adam Payne 

OH good gone at last looking foreward 
to even more school Late Night Blue 
Bomber The Ski trip of Death when she 
falls it's gonna hurt Yellow lockers. 
RIP SRV water polo Morris I hate math 
Take off you Hosers: MC McC CD MD 
DK DL NL RL RS MT I want a car I 
don't get it No big deal Peace Save the 
World 




Josh "QP" Peterson 

In 4yrs of screwin' off I've learned, 
experienced & seen more than my share. 
NEVER FORGET(old Hull sir. scene 
Latenight ski sesh w/D.G. & the partyin 
at T-bas Double scams w/J&B.KIND 
HOOKUPS. Gregg crashed again. Too 
slackin for Jams &The most righteous 
friends. ."Harmony is changin' but the 
verse is always the same. "PARTY ON 



Leah Phillips 

Groton Redrum Jon slurp ...from hell 
drunken confessions NYC drawings 
GolfLot NewYrs9I NHski 6X Muffy 
consciously and subliminally. Friends, 
you know who you are, I Love You! 
Givels and Bits? No, I'm a Princess! 
WendyJo, Go Like Helll Fofanna. Ree, 
Thanks for making me laugh & cry! 
Easy Psycho. Dave, who said life's no! 
fair ? Yes, I believe in you. Ti Amo.... 
Clark Gable Kent, you taught me thai 
change is okay, I know what I want to 
do!!! MDJ- I'll miss you! 




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Satish Pillai 

JAHRASTAFAR!EVERLrVING...EVER 
FEARFUL LIVE FOREVER IN THE 
DIVINE LIGHT OF HAILE SE- 
LASSIE I! REELEY CULE TRALES- 
WHAWOT? KINDNESS: INTRIGU- 
ING INSITE. ESTIMATED PROPHET 
(ON THE BURNING SHORES) TO 
ALL PALS:GO ALL THE WAY! 
DON T STOP FOR ANYTHING, 
MON! WITHOUT LOVE IN THE 
DREAM IT'LL NEVER COME TRUE 



Jeremy D. Pozen 

"Screw your courage to the sticking 
place and we'll not fail" WS "Great 
spirits have always encountered violent 
opposition from mediocre minds"AE 
Thank you MikeJosh.Lauren.JocJet 
BR, JL,LG,Mike Pinos Fla.'9 1 2/5. Josh 
kegs.Lauren thanks. Mookie. Mom and 
Dan- thank you for everything. 



Chris Prosser 

BATTLEOFTHEBANDS! ZTGOLF- 
ING AND THE 19TH HOLE ET 
RSTHE BUTT HOLE/GOES ONBH 
EOITWASNICE ANDON.BEOV IT 
WAS REAL BUT IT A FAS SURE 
WASN'T REAL NICE SN LWT 
THERE'S WATER ONTHESI AE 
HORSE DUDE , NICE CAH GTE 
YOU HAVE TO BRUSH 1 MUSH IT- 
LAST OF AN EPOCH HAD TOT O 
THE ONE.THE ONLY SOMET N 
THE MIGHTY PROSSERHI 



Liliana Pulsone 

GOOD TIMES. BAD TIMES. U 
KNOW I'VE HAD MY SHARE LISA 
NIKKI SABRINA ANNA D. SHAN- 
NON SUMMER'88 STEVE L. MELI- 
MEL N THE GGCOOL BAND CAB- 
OTCREW WOODS PARK SCOTT 
COMMONS PALMER PROM'90 PP 
THE GROUP LG BB NISSANMAN 
RED-BANGER HAMSTA FATMAN 
DIAMOND LIL N BLONDIE LUVU 
THANX 2 ALL 4 THE MEMORIES 
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1991 ! 



Katharine A. Purcell 

4yrs. r ve waited for this Now what? All 
the things we did, the friends we made 
and lost. Maria Marge Ro Jenn Cheryl 
Holly Matt you guys are the best friends 
I could ever ask for! Good Luck '91 
Moe what can I say? TO MOM.DAD 
MOE andCHRIS- 1 LOVE YOU I Thanx 
for EVERYTHING!! Love-Kathenne- 
1991 




Sarah Quebec 

"Your friends will know you better in 
the first minute you meet than your 
aquaintances will know you in a thou- 
sand years." Bach Thanx and good luck 
to my friends :Kristen. Liz.Cathy. Maia. 
Lorelei. Chris and Rez swimming 
LMkcCAPT trackRO mk WHY should 
WE RUN? CLUE prettywoman 
HELL& the SATANICslut SISTERS 
bermuda BFoocWOOSHI. 



Kevin Quinlan 

Well that was four wasted years! Peace 
toJason,Kelsey,Bob.Elias,Maria.andall 
the Old Beals Crew. I Love You Jessica. 
Hi Chris (go Hurricanes) Amiee.can I 
have a hug? Bye Mr.Kunitz. Ms. 
Flaherty. Mr.Weiner. you guys made it 
a little easier. Tim.how much do I owe 
you? Thanks for everything Scott.Have 
a nice life yall 



Heather Quinn 

WAKINGSTREAMOF CONSCIOUS- 
NESS, ON A SLEEPY STREET OF 
DREAMS. THOUGHTSFALL 
SLOWLY INTO THESTREAM.THE 
FAST CHURNING RIVER OF 
CHOICE-hCHANCE.TIME STOPS 
HERE. JSK-I 'M SO HAPPY I COULD 
CRY(CA)RT-SOME STANDARDS? 
EK-FOREVER.GCPISOFFICIALLY 
THE BEST LM SINCE K KRISTEN, 
LORYN. ANDREA, JEREMY, MIKE- 
BEN TIG MOMYOU ARE THE BEST 



Michael Radford 

Wenn ist das Nunstuck git und Sloter- 
meyer? Ja! . . . Beiherhund das Oder die 
Hipperwaldt gersput. Goodbye to AG. 
JF, GB, NeT, and The Pear. 



Sabrina R. Rametta 

THANX MA. DAD n Lisa n Sandra 
you're the best! DOUBLEPLEASURE! 
LOVE ALWAYS SASHA. LAURA. 
LYNN.ANNA, JARROD, KAMOU! 
CAPERUNSBK!SUM89-90PROM90 
YUCK MOTLEYCRUE! PIERE 
FRAN COISSHARE THE ROAD! A 
LITTLE BLUE CHEESESNEVER 
HURT ANYl! OH SURE ALWAYS 
REM Lil,Nik.VB, LB,J F.M B, RH, 
BB, SB. JL. DM. FN. DJ. MJ. EH. 
AGCD .MH.ML. MRS. R n every I elsel 
Made it! 




Brooke Raney 



Julie Rapoport 

NEW AND OLD FACES OF NEW- 
TON NORTH ARE GONNA BE 
WITH US 4EVA! THANKS MOM. 
DAD. SIS AND JACKY FOR YOUR 
SUPPORT NN IS A GREAT PLACE. 
BUT WE ARE FINALLY OUT OF 
HERE. KEEP IT UP NEWTON 
NORTH. SEE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!! MAYBE 



J. Ratta 

HEY MUSH I'm out of here. I want to 
say hi to all my friends in auto mechan- 
ics and to the Gentile family my second 
home. Say hi to PS. J A. KT. CT. BC. To 
my Family I LOVE YOU ALL! P.S. 
CHEVY&ACDC 
WILL ALWAYS RULE ! 



Navin Rattaseri 



Jacob Reinhardt 

EVERYONE! I bid you all a fond fare- 
well. Many thanks to be said. nian\ 
friends and tim&s to remember. One 
day. perhaps, we'll stop stressing about 
college! 'Til then: "Be excellent to each 
other!" Bill & Ted And never fail lo be 
"Peshcc. molto pesche! " And now. ini- 
tials: N.F.. P. Y . A.W.. M.E.. el RYFTI 





Eugene Reznik 

CONFUSION ISTARSHIE.EBITES 
EXCITMENTITHERIEN. KAMAR 
!J!ESLB ROTEBIKUNITZ! MUDAK 
ITUT2LITLET0SAYIGEIKI- 
THANX! XKVIKTOR! IFEELSH 
AEFER -POZ! XOSEE4,2/3BAD! 
DELMUTH-SUKAXN31. FOR THE 
FIRST TIME IMPORT Z4THINGS, 
WHAT IS THE BIG0 SUKAA 
ELLIOT-SPASIBO SHAPIR - 
SOSI4TODEARLYX UEVO! MANY- 
ONEG TCANNEVER BESURE 
WHOISYOURDOSYOROSHOBCETO, 
SCHTOXOROSHOI 



Catherine Richard 

Life moves pretty fast if you don't stop 
and lool^ around once in a while you 
could miss it! Kristen Kim Michelle 
thanx for all the crazy times! Molly "If 
talk was energy" Gaylord! Sue to the 
basement! Laura party girl! LT&KM 
Kasbar Slamwich LoveDr Go Ham- 
mer! Rem: Cape Bermuda Swimteam 
"It was worth it!" Thanks Mom & Dad 



Andrea C. Richmond 

HELLO IS THERE ANYBODY IN 
THERE MOM DAD NICOLE I LOVE 
YOU ALWAYS BIG KISS! ARCHI- 
TECTURE FRANCE LUV TO EDEN 
KATIE you took it too far ALIE(NL) I 
LOVE YOU ALL!XOO free to be you 
and me!! And its cause you've 
THRILLED me SILENCED me 
STILLED me PROVED things I never 
believed; the FACE on you the SMELL 
of you will ALWAYS be with me. Later! 



Caity "Rick" Riley 

Sweet! Yes. we're STYI.IN'. We arc 
finally out of here. Yani, Jen. Jon, 
Marc, Ellsa: Good Times! JL and YK, 
we are smokin'! Cartoon Factory -The 
Quarry-Skiing-Slratton-Lct your life 
proceed by its own design- Rem: Seven 
Bridges Road, and Dance a cajun rythm 
Peace to all. Always be DEADicaled! 



Jimmy Riordan 

It goes lo show you don't ever know, 
watch each card you play and play il 
slow. So what now, BH S'.' Nicole, I 
love you more than words can icll! 
Lets go pack the car and head up North 
Wish you were here, arc you kind'.' 
Thanks guys, JGBWPLBKMHBMV 





Michael D. Robertson 

I2'VT?SDOWN4TOGO'?CBLANESSUCK 
REMEMBER-REDDOT.PARTIES 
AT JonnyBoys, 18 B-DAY THANX 
FORGOOD XSBBLAXSUX GOOD 
LUCK. SBurgYOUHAVEAGREAT- 
STAIRWAYINYOUR BASEMENT! 
BEST OF LUCK YANI-THANX FOR 
BEING THERE WHEN I NEEDED 
YOU MOST, I WONT EVER FOR- 
GET YOU-LUVYA 



Debbie Rodgers 

Time is up, Sara & Heather I'll miss 
ya'll Let's keep in touch. I can't believe 
it is finally over-"Rockin good times!" 
I'll always be forever older than both of 

you. I'll see you soon A. JC in fall 

91 MS all the way. Good Luck to our 
class of '91 remember "Those who 
cannot change their minds cannot 
change anything" 



Veronica Rogers 

To live is to change. Jen I think I Love 
You Italy90 Aust90 Jinx Stress'? Al- 
ways smile Training Family Left or 
Right Stu'? Chemicals! Party- The 
"crew" Can't see! A Difference of opin- 
ion. Tomato- All my Love to Stu. Beach 
Days-Summer90-July 4. Love to my 
family & the Savages Phew! Elys Don't 
think so much. Life is good. Fuimos 



Tara Rohanna 

Don 't look back unless u want to go that 
way! Dream about tomorrow, but live 
fortoday ! Hol/Stef-Thxgiving89 Anne- 
wtch the horns! Jen&m always thr! 
Monique-it all started w-dreams! Zani- 
thx! Sara-FF! Bob, I'm scared! Bran- 
don-Between iis!Rem: Chris &Marc 
&Nick;thx guys! BR.DM,LTM! HM- 
I'm catching the bt. SD- He wid! Den, I 
md it! ILY M&S 



Charlie Romneos 

CORVETTES WILL ALWAYSBE#I. 
Thank U Mom, Dad, Jim460, John 
■Prelude Hestika. 'ANG "SALEEN" 
Fousman, DO&JM,ThcVC,Gerard.The 
Bimma Bros, The Sors.Lips,Dikki.The 
KONC. The 2DAYSLOCKER, Pouto, 
The Star Posse, The 3 Chayers: KK" I 
traded il in" -Kevin-Jim 4doors no 
payments, Nick K For all the crazy 
rides, and everyone else I forgot! 
ABC'YA 




Brian M. Rooney 

Lauf-How r the masters? BH or is it 
Lloyd? Nick-Let's Eddy!Go Tara! 
Thanks Loryn 4 everything. 
PKSSML@my house 10/2 1/89. Soc 88- 
90: everyone wuz gt. Chvyblzr? LK. 
George Who? Kinks-Luc -Deb- 
Tahwseodtahtllepssdrwkcbsyawyna? 
Just wondering- I "wish you were 
here!""How dowemakeluv stay?" ILY 
more than anything-ditto-Mom&Dad 
UR the best 



Richard Rosen 

Thanks palmer house crew for never 
letting me be bored between classes. JV 
SP BC LR PA KV PG MM CDE&C 
Special thanks to Mike "chubby cheeks" 
Robertson, Chris"Cutoutthe ADIDAS" 
Bakker, and Bill "lax man" Brennon 
Go NNHS wrestling!! 



Allison L. Rosenberg 

"YEAH, ITS TRU.I USED TO FO 
LLOW BUT MY FOLLOWING 
DAYS ARE OVER NOW IVE JUST 
GOT TO FOLLOW THROUGH. . 
."SOCCER87-91. . .STATE CHAMPS 
89 -TheStonesandTheDeadParkinglots. 
. . I AM JUNIORHEARMEROARroar. 
. .?JL NorthCarolina AR2. . .TheCrew 
MOE-STORE24AXLELIVESPARTY 
THANXTOMYFRIENDS-MC JL AR 
DS KH CS EI KC SM CF J Y DL JB AL 
BR DC GoodBye NNHS-NOW LETS 
GET BUSY 




Benjamin E. Ross 

"All your life you were only waiting for 
this moment to arrive, " "And to see you 
are really only very small and life flows 
on within you or without you"- Mom 
always said, "Don't play ball in the 
house." BB-OH!NO! Friends&Family 
Thanks For The Hand Down TheTw isty 
Road "Whenever I see. . ." "Thank U 
for your support" 



Karen Elizabeth Ross 

"I'll Keep A Place In My Heart.You 
Will See It Shining Through. So Find A 
Way To My Heart and I Will Follow 
You" Gena:owwwh!Stress! You Are 
The Best & I Love You! Beth- Just 
Don't Get Fired! ILU2 Chris MS. LH, 
BD. MM, LC, LG YoungLife= 
Stacy+Kev, GM+LK Saranac9 OStmgr 
ThingsHave HappenedlSoc4BBall 1 234 
Lax Rules 234ThanxMsC.KarenVW. 
MrsStein, Mom.Dad-i-Tom,Thanx. 
ILOVEYOU! 



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Michelle Rousseau 

Time to go over the hills and far away. 
Yaah, I know, I need an attitude adjust- 
ment. Track, "another lap?"442. Crack 
Shack Posse, Oh No A racecar! 
LC,AC,BL,PM,GS,LI. Thanks Mom+ 
Dad+ Mane. LATASK ! BILLY, I'll love 
you till forever ends. I wouldn't have 
made it without your love. Dreams 
really do come true.# 44 forever babe! 




Pasquale Russo 

K'S HOUSE ZAA'S TA TA DIPS AT 
YERARDl'S DARKNESS BRAWLS 
HOCKEY AT WELLINGTON 
LUCKY NIGHT K'S TAXI PSYCHO 
ATK'S KEGWEEK BUCK + SHRUBS 
CAR I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER 
•THE CREW" KAMOU JIM TONY 
BUCK MIKE STEVE JEN KEV 
ADAMSTOMTED MC,JB,BT,CA,AL, 
BH,NT,NN.THANKS4HELP 
SISTERS +MAMPAPA-"rM ALL 
DONE" 




Paul Salvucci 

I'm finally out of this Jail. I want to say 
thanks to all my teachers. I want to say 
a special thanks to my Mom and Dad for 
sticking by me all through the years. 1 
Just want to say Auto Body won't be the 
same without me. See Ya Tex. I want to 
say Hi to JR,CD,AD,AG,BC. P.S. Chevy 
Rocks Ford. 



Erika Laufer Roy 

GOODBYE 




Adam Sack 

If I think back on all the crap I learned in 
high school its a wonder I can think at 
all and my lack of education hasnt hurt 
me one I can read the writing on the wall 
poolside with Lucy Hot with Rat CG 
SHKTSHSE We own it SHRMSATJN 
That day in Jamaica Late in the evening 
Colby let me drive Goodluck MIC 
HASH APST. Geekmanjulian OMAN 
AZ BAJSLKLB-SackmanThanx Mom 
and Dad 




John Sambucci 

LAX-1234,Good times at K's house 
(fires,psycho)-shrubs brown car-Zaa's 
TA-Dips at Yerardi's-the truck at the 
cove-The Brook Incident- Who threw 
the rock? The Fights at Teds. Hockey at 
WelUington.Car wars-keg week-Wrong 
door step Nicky To all my friends its 
been the best of times-Thanks mom and 
Dad Joannah&Zack 



Michael Rozentsvayg 

After school at BHS. Lunch at Pino's. 
Skpng with the crw at NNHS. Late 
nights at the club. Thanx to all the 
parties at the beach. '90 summer at the 
cape with C.C. '90 New Yr at Chisholms 
with J.B. ET and everybody else from 
A-Z. Thanx + 1 LUV u Mom-nDad-nAlan. 




Kimberly G. Salemme 

I finally did it!! Michelle. 
Cathy. Kristenwhata4sumCamp-89- 
Rem:EileenAdventures. Marc what can 
I say...BS VF SB KH AM MA MW EG 
LM CR S BASH PROM91 BBALL 
SBALLThanks MOM-i-DAD and a 
special thanks to John I luv you 




Larry Sampson 

SITTIN HERE IN LIMBO.WAITING 
FOR GRADUATION MU • S GOT THE 
IDEA.GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS.YOU KNOW WHO YOU 
ARE,THANX TO MY FAM1LY,SEE 
YOU IN THE REAL WORLD 



Tracy A. Russell 

NH,SH,MF Good&Bad times up the 
highlands! NHP BOYS!! Good times 
w/RB,ACT 1 etc. MD- who L's ya 
kiddo? Ray- Luv■^miss ya! YOGI-ILY! 
DFRDES. Kiki.Pokey n' Co-Co! CC, 
MF-CH,LM,ML,KH,JM,LN- 
HOOPDY! LIMIT9dz! Tres-BFFILY! 
Dad,ILY(wamh)! Mom & Kerry 
ILYboth(nmw) THANX! As for all the 
he/she said. I'm outta here! PEACE 




Susan Salter 

SOCCER 1234 STATE CHAMPS '89, 
#1USA! Sweet Love-^Luck to all my 
friends. Jen-How big is it?ehs Cath Kris 
SS Sep. Bwlng. You order I know him! 
In the bsmt. Bermuda Ikn f rwd to it. Yow ! 
SS+C Big night M.S.-t-B.W. JT-JS The 
Best is yet to come! Thanks Mom+Dad 
for everything-DS,SS.MB.SB+SGR. I 
Love You All. 




William Otto Sanders 

THIS HAS BEEN A COOL FOUR 
YEARS TO ME. I WILL MAKE 
MONEY! NOW I THRO W0UTS01V1E 
CRAZYSHOTS!TOACE,E 
VIE, MIKE, GEORGE, TROY, LA 
SHANDA,JOY,AMARA,MOMO. 
CORY. I PLAN TO MAKE 
SOMETHING OUT OF MY LIFE 
BOY! I PLAN TO GO ON TO MY 
TWO PARTNERS IN CRIME.TORY 
CLEMENTE -N- ANNETTE BOYD 
YEA!TO MY MOM DAD THANKS 
FOR EVER-PEACE! 



Lisa Ann Russo 

Sentimental moments will always be 
cherished 4ever. Leo words can't ex- 
press how I feel Julie-I'll never 4get the 
good times we had. Cruising or hanging 
out "NO LEFT TURNS" Maria-i-Lilian 
We had some great laughs! Good Luck 
CBCELGAMSPMMDBMCSRKPBD 
MSB Thanx i LOV U MOM-hDAD Dad 
I'll Always Be Ur Little Girl LOU I 
MADE IT 




Laura Salvucci 

Well it looks like we made it. I want to 
thank all my friends especially Maria C. 
-^Rita T. Mom I Love You could not 
have done it with out you. Paul your'e 
the best brother I Love You. I Love you 
Dad always your little Italian girl. All 
my love to Gianni. 




Erina L. Santonastaso 

As time passes u learn who your true 
friends are... Brenda+Leonore I R the 
Best! Rem:CB,KM,JV,MB,he\ 
MB+LS I got the celica B rem the 
tree+the horizon on the Island B+L I 
lost U at Echo bridge Cabot Sum ofSS 
look Mom and Dad 1 made it Joe\ I'R 
my dream come true U were al* a\s 
there when I needed somebody 1 lo\ c 
you. 







Reza Sarkarati 

My four years at NNhave drawn me to 
the conslusion that I don't want to sell 
anything buy anything or process 
anything bought or sold.Scobe Jim&Si 
Where have all the good times 
gone'?RoccoJoMe.UMA PonchcruzBC 
BillHrdguy BeaverRdDQ Jarrod- 
VJDanRichViscoBobLuiB-Feast 
AlexSara Shamoo RHJennCovelosrG 
LSWIM&POLOBKMS&everyone 
elseC-YA 



Jennifer F. Satran 

"The pain of parting is nothing like the 
joy of meeting again." Soccer 
1234.STATE CHAMPS'90 CPT Ten- 
nis. Susan-How big is it? LEIGHT 
LUVU-To all my friends, You're the 
best. TEDDY,4yrs. you've been my 
life"Hold on to the nights. "DD-baby- 
you mean the world to me.I LOVE 
YOU.MOM-HDADH-DOUG.Thanx for 
always being there-ILOVEU. 




Timothy R. Schuneman 

Thanks to my friends-Lui, Kev, J.and 
the rest,A-Z. It's finally over! Thanx for 
the support Mom, Dad and CAS. I 
couldn't have done it without ya'. 
CMLC! 



Chris J. Scorzelli 

Beauty picture eh! HERE WE GO 1 1- 
0,X-Country, Indoor + Outdoor? 
TRACK:"We Run For Fun-NOT!" 
SWEDISH FISH RUN D.K. Stay 
Dry,M.T.MissYou! LT, KM, LC, 
E. NOG, D-t-F-t-M, THANX. And 
ofcourse. Slim Jim TAKE OFF! "De 
DoDoDoDeDaDaDa is all I have to say 
to you" Its been a lot of fun but now I 
gotta run. YO MISH! I'M OUTTA 
HERE!!! 




Deborah Salter 

'Let me be something every minute of 
every hour of my life' Soccer 89 state 
Champions tigers r great! God bless 
M-fK-American pile J/L SG/DZ 'Once 
in a while you gel shown the light in the 
strangest of places if you look at it right' 
GD L-abuci-a Bri-'and 1 dreamed I was 
flying'S&G ILY how do we make luv 
stay? Thnx M&D 



Sheryl Lynn Seeley 

Class of 91 we made it. Magaeret I 
never thought we were going to make it 
out of Summer camp. Susan I'm glad 
you can spell my name you me and 
kelsey should go miniaUire golfing. RM. 
Daves, Susan, Kelsey, Magaeret, Steve 
Cheri. George your Jonesen. Mom, 
Dad, Sharon, Sandra, Walter,Lady & 
Nana, I Love you thanx for everything. C- 
ya. 



Stuart Savage 

WUZZLEKING-PARTIES 
B,MATT-kCA:ORANGE CRUSH -i- 
CHICKEN BONES-ON FOOT:(HIGH 
5'S)1N THE MIDDLE-SOCCER-RED 
FACELADIES-RICEKRISPY 
TREATS-BRUINS GAIV1ES BRU- 
INA, FRESHY -AUSTRALIA-VENUS 
CSN,TAWNY TRACING-SLKKD 
-fKLSDK-J-BALL-PG(SUDBURY)- 
PARTIES:SCOTTSHUA- 
ALA1V10,PUPPY,CHRIST-SSVRKJ 
ILlvnXBBRDSJLDAEACFPKARiBEST 
WISHES -FUIMOS!!!! 




Jason Seto 

I am so glad I am out of this God 
forsaken school Thanks to all my Eng 
and Sci teachers Thanx to Chris n Scott 
sorry 4 passin out Finally thanx to Kev, 
a goodfriend (get sumtherapy )That's my 
blurb and I'm outta here have a nice life! 



liana Schneider 

TEB EANIRFSARCP LJlHYNNGOi. 
GRIVINDWIIRBMBRLRSXKSBRl 
lOLOVGNINICNOYDPIUMERDHH 
MTTEHIEWILDRADIO 
XRODDFEXOAELXNJ 
LIOEOSDUV LAEEOAED!NRXNIA 
SLOTDEAVRNHRUS VUN GOD 
UNGKUNGA EAOAPHXNS MOUR 
THE KOOLEST!! PEACE & 
HUMPTINESS FOREVER 



Dana Shapiro 

■SO MUCH TIME TO MAKE UP 
EVERYWHERE U TURN; TIIVIE WE 
HAVE WASTED ON THE WAY " AS 
DED find a DINER FAT CARL JS 
OFFROADING IN KCAR AM DED 
GO 2 Henley JNTFPUWM Poolside 
Bingers w LUCY SC P+S LB Nice Car 
SentripGEDWUSHURUTRIP2mntrl 
SU SUMMER90 Theta Sigs LISA 1 11 
Always Love U THNX MOM DAD 
RACHEL ILY 




Shannon Sharpe 

Thanx 2 My family Esp. My Mother 
Rita Frm TTD2 Haw-HLuc2 We Have 
Been Thru SoMuchTogAlways Rem 
How Much WeSharedBFF Summer88 
Inna GNRNikki Rona-i- Stinain URI? 
RYPLMDNATKSJS ProshilMelsprty 
AM ADbigbrd ALthestudmuf NC 
KidsR ZfnkycolmedBtsyPKK2LP CB 
NZ KB TB JB UUNVR4get 
Joel-t-Jeffrey I Miss and Love U Both 



Margaret Shea 

So we beat on boats against the current 
bom back ceaselessly into the past Ro- 
Ro Jenn Beth Sheryl Kim Kath Jean 
Kelly MP MM SPKariTinaBLJD AM 
LW KO MB Lisa WG Cinthya I hope 
your watching SB SSS Snap out of it ya 
think so DanJl YAKYAK Tackle 
Dummy Thanks Dad Mom 
MGDMMKTJ The Shea's made it ! Love 
Ya all!!! 



Joyce Shems 

To the people who make me laugh- 
karen,Claudy,Rachel M and T.LA and 
liana. SHOT-GUN-It has no name. 
CANOEING AFTER SATS-Lunch on 
Main St. Yav. friends who gave me the 
best sumrs Kerem 89.Summer90 LIOR 
400. ISRAEL 90-IG THANKS M AND 
D "Time rolls on. People touch and then 
they R gone" 



Misha Shishov 

Yow. 4 years of life makes a big change. 
Many crazy thangs happen. Much was 
leamed(not). I was small and stupid 4 
years ago. What am I now? Hmmmm. 
STOP Misha-mix: "Just do it; take 
off,eh;hoser;GetBusy."Trach& Hoop- 
Nice. Moo. Sigh. Thinks I had a good 
time, but now I gotta go. The Mish is 
ouna here! 




Jon D. Shocitet 

Adam Aaron Dana White Heat Kcar 
my Party House Please Leave Hemroids 
Mica's loth AXIDENT CARUSO DED 
CAR HQ AARONS FAULT DISSED 
BY AND GOT CAITY RILEY RITA'S 
BOOTS JOANS LASAGNA DA 
BRO S GOT YOUR Chain CHEBA 
HAVE RIGHT THE QUARRY JEEP 
F+G RUN JN AD WUSHU TOO 
GOOD of friends. THANKS FOR 
EVER'VTHING MOM + DAD 





Cori Sibley 

"You only live once but if you make the 
most of it once is enough" JODES-sttub 
shrmng at your house-WSAJ 
JEN&VAL- Work it baby" MIR I'LL 
always remember all the special times 
weve had MLC snking in Shane-we'll 
Go our seperate ways but we'll always 
be togetherlLU ThankU mom dad mara 
brett 



Shane Sibley 

"Try to enjoy the here and now, the 
future will take care of itself somehow" 
Jodes-sttubs! we're outta contrl! 
shrmingw/ACJ Mir- my othr sistr. 
snking out LMC-Slplss nghts JenA'al- 
"work it baby" Cor-people come and 
go. u will alwys be there Ilu Thanks for 
evrything Mom Dad mara brett 



Anna E. Silbey 

KH KA MCAZGSSRLC JMSMTD 
DON JUAN GUIDO MOOMOO 
SHELL! REDICEMAN BabyDavid 
FRANCOIS PIERRE NH-BUD! 
Training fall-winter 88-91 sisters- 
Montreal C.C.-NC Softball RicnRocco 
90-91 Hi loram! thanx Mrs. Stein T Bill 
Tom Mrs Flaheny MsLogan MOM 
DAD JESS LIZ GOOD LUCK 
EVERYONE! I LOVE YOU! HEY- 
ALLISON WE MADE IT! 



George Silverio 

OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD,IM 
OUTTA.MUSH.word ! No I Don't 
take Roids IM Namrally BIG. WELL 
THOSE 12 OUNCE CURLS 
HELPED.THE HYPO.THE LAKE, 
THE CRACKSHACK POSSE. TO 
THE TWO diffemt buds m this world. 
THANKS MOMS,DAD,THE CLASS 
of 1991.MRMRMLBLJRAZJA MM 
CB NC RC LC.SEE...YA. 



Vincent M. Simone 

Farewell to NNHS what can I tell ya? 
Snoop-aye where are we? Boss! I got 
too many in my car good luck y'all CF 
VF KH SB BH NT JM DL PR DM 
Football 2,3,4 AW Man After all this I 
still dont know how to drive After all 
this I will receive total concious 

ness which is nice. AH my love to 

Mum Dad Lisa -t-Chris. 




Heather Smith 

free at last! ! TJTMA Sara, Debbie, Ben, 
Kerry, Jim. ..love and thanks everyone - 
and in my heart you will remain forever 
young... 



Erica Snider 

oh my Marys! Never wonder; night is 
shelter for nudity " s shi ver"once you can 
accept the universe as matter expanding 
into nothing that is something, wearing 
stripes with plaid comes easy. "-Einstein 
on clothes "I've got Woody Allen in my 
shoe" -Anthony 



Raphael Sofer 



Michelle A. Sonia 

Kim Calhy-(-Kristen UR True Friends 
Never Change Good X's -i- Bad U 
Always made me laugh Dory-Jcio! 
Always Rem. KH JH SB CC LM EG 
MWRH + Franklin Alumm @Cath's 
Big Gash Cappy-Thanx 4 everything 
Basketball#32 Dan-never4 get the Good 
X's DM!Cape89 Shelly!To My Entire 
Family 4 All the Love + Support U 
Gave When needed Most 143 



Michelle Spalding 




William Spalding 

She Being Brand New!Rem:SD 
SS,EN,CS,LR,AR.LF,KS,CF,GS and to 
all my Friends Good Luck! 
TABUILDIHeres to you, VJ!Bill-fRe2 
ExAdvs.LeftNut Hill.SPERMANS. 
Swimtm KS.SQ.MQ.ROBestof luck! 
BO Don't know! NewYears in Maine 
Take it one day at a time! Never say 
Goodbye, say until we meet 
again!Thanks Mom.Dad ^■ Cindy.! love 
you all 



Genevieve M. St.Louis 

I've a home in the glory land that out- 
shines the Sun Luv2:JT.JG,.LG,NS,Jen, 
Betha, Mark :ohch!Chris: Harmonica! 
Liz: INeed2talkCheese ! Karen I'llKeep 
a place In My Heart owwh! Nick: 
ILook2The Time W/U2 Keep Me 
Awake ^-alive Beth:U MeanTheWorld 
2MeIluvUBB!!YLpalsLaVida! 
LoJack?Tyson: UShowedMeTheRain- 
bowThru The Rain. MomDadAimeeR- 
obGnuThanx 




Sesaly Stamps 

I don't want the world I just want your 
half/knock on my window I-Hop awaits 
let's skate to Key West Fish and Fork/ 
Rebel without a clue/so comes love You 
forgot to wind your sundial/Ashes and 
diamonds foe and friend we were all 
equal in the end... BYE 




Gail Sioban Stanton 

I'VE FIGURED OUT WHY I LIKE 
GYM SO MUCH. WHO S JIM? 
BPGWNNWBPWBS. LUMPER! 
DONT WORRY ILL DO THE 
TALKING. EXUSE ME BUT ARE 
THOSE DR MARTENS THAT 
YOURE WEARING?ANYONE 
WANT A RADISH?I SAW IT LIVE 
ATLONGWOOD.CHEWED UP PEN 
CAPS. I HEAR YA. THERE YA 
GO.WHATS ITGOING TO BE THEN 
EH?WELL, SEE YA. SEX 



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Phyllis Steinl)erg 

Laluchhmshim amas hipap ashiw aw a 
tennis?csloopherLT lalaC hJR 
woktalkvdeaprozieJWS 
QCWDKSNtroubleRKstre ss ? uuchem 
CB MMLiuL aoshiLCJHL P.'VTCRcap 
AMWW M ISIJ Trun' MS CZSHctc 
Thanks mom, Dad,Mikc,Dan "What lies 
behind us and w hat lies before us arc but 
tiny matters compared to w hat lies w ithm 
us" - Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Terry Strom 

out on paroll! lAlrightas- whose 
got'em?Breakout the 5-tooter! Atp Its 
tea time,No2,Eggman,Gd tmz with JR ! , 
QP TPP, Burgler, BenR, BenC, 
BenA.Greg, Pastry, shroomas, AK, 
JM.Bobarebo, TGIFryday, Lou Dajew, 
KIDDYS THE DEAD.MT.and to 
whomevr I owe thanks. Bowhng Ruls 
LJ North Sucks! 



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Karl G. Svartstrom 

NICE MAGS RICH. SAY HI TO 
KIMMY SAXALL.KIRKIE SHOT- 
GUN YOU STUD. HAIR LOOKS 
GOOD JAY.BUT U SUCK AT POOL. 
SCHOOLS OVER.MATT FORGET 
YOUR 50 BUCKS. HAMPTON 
BEACH, THE GLACK ENSHPEILE, 
THANKS MR KAMAR 4 EVERY- 
THING. RICH AND HIS 180'S 
KIRK.GO OUT WITH LARRY.KILL 
EMALLDONNYMA AND DAD 
Thankr for everything + I'm outta here 




Kelsey S. Swanson 

Had Great Times. Hanging with the Old 
Beals Crew. Best times with Kevin. 
Jason.Bob,Elias+ Mike. Thanx to my 
friends in all grades this year was Dope 
This goes to all my Boyz in school Good 
times with Football one last word to 
everybody.SEE YA "91" 



Rachel Sarah Taylor 

"I'm in no such hurry to hustle and 
scurry.ihere's so much to see & life 
ain 't gonna pass me by . Tomorrows right 
around the corner. I'll gel there 
somehow. but Im stuck in the 
meanlime&I love the now."JSK&HQ- 
couldn't have done it w/o you. Love to 
my Family and Friends.Bobby.ILY "It's 
not where youre goin it's how you gel 
there..." 



Maia Tchetchik 

And Ihey could never tear us apan-they 
did,Moscow89 ram Lenmgrad. Is- 
raelKK.K9 Chcl/-9()Lire is a scncs of 
hellos+goodbyes looks like its 
time4goodbyc again. Us6 Ncwionim 
.P.womcnx2SQThrcal or offcr'.'Can't 
always gel what u wanl.Yihiye tov 
ImaAba Ben+Dan ThankU4aII ILU To 
all my friends everywhere Imiss 
you! Keep in touch 




Troy G. Teal 

Well.My time is up in this school and Im 
stepping out for good.Before I end this 
little speech: Peace To ALL my 
Boy s.MikeToryWill Aaron, George. 
Evie.MikeS I Can't Forget my Girls 
Terri, Annette, Jenn. Lashanda. MeaH 
and my old Partner Clara. Keep The 
Systems Blooming "PEACE":Also I 
cant Forget my mother whohelped me 
A lot. 



Elias Tembelopoulos 

Amazing!! We are finally out'a Here. 
Mom and Dad thanx 4 getting me 
through 4 years of craziness. Great 
times with the Malakas at WHS. Late 
night at the club and summer nights at 
the beach with George. Peter.Charlie 
and the Russian crew. Good luck to the 
crew at NNHS A-Z. C-ya 
DJ.MC.RG.AT.and Kev K 



C. Nick Tempesta 

"BUT THAT ONE GUITAR" FBALL 
11,12 LAX, 11, 12. Best of times with 
Hehir, Anto, Baron, AL,Trudo,"K", 
Flip. Drew, DOG, Tara, Mona, Jen, 
SB.JA.KY.N The rest ofthe gang. REM. 
lets EDDIE.Trip to L.S. Dill Pickles.Trip 
to Cornell. Kev's pool. Painting. 
Hut. Boxers? Waterville Vally.oh man. 
Good luck Dan.Thanks Mom N Dad. 



William Scott Temple 

The Phish Concert was damn fun.Alot 
of my pals are gone-PK LO CC MR 
DRSODQSW BG CS LD PW LO MZ 
MCATKWJHMSHHHDMR.But 1 still 
have some pals-Jon Kevin and Andy. My 
favorite teachers were MrStark and 
MrCapidilupo and MsFlaherty.My most 
outstanding memories are Waterville 
Vally Ski Academy and my girl friend 
Becca and Mom.Dad.Liz. 



Michelle Thea 

It's not enough to join the crowd, tobe 
acknowkedged and accepted-you must 
be true to your ideals .even if you're 
left out and rejected. Thanks to my 
leacher+my counselor. Always 
remember good timeswiih ccy. 
BL.PK.TM.ML.PC.SY.KT.SYJC.LC.I 
wouldn't of made it without you 
guys.Thanks for being there for me.To 
the on es leaving Good LuckTo the ones 
staying hang in there. 




Leea Thomases 

Photo lab3 years Homeroom Parts of 
everything and not really belonging 
Acting in plays Newtonian Staff Rock 
Climbing Ethos for Equality SOS hang- 
ing out in Thoughtprints WARNING.If 
you are alive you must die. -Locker 
Row To the sunset on Mt. Washington 
and the Family. THANKS 



Julie Thompson 

WITHOUT LOVE&LAUGHTER 
THERE IS NO LIFE-FRIENDS. the 
most precious gift of all. We did 
it,Helene!Thankx2 EDC04helping 
meno matter what.Goodluck 2 
EDCOkids! Don't let anyoneblockyour 
goals.Mom + Dad.what would I do w/o 
you guys?I luv you both! Dave,you 
mean the world to me,I love you from 
East to West. 



Meghan Thrasher 

Homey don't play that. 



Lorelei Tibbetts 

Do not be dismayed at goodbyes. A 
farewell is necessary before you can 
meet again. And meeting again, after 
moments, or lifetimes, is certain for 
those who are friends. -R.Bach Thank 
you Kristin. the most EXCELLENT 
friend ever! Wellesley men. SQ LC 
KM CR =SSS Orchesis .Slamwhich 
Wankers! 



Nicole Tolentino 

SLLCNMSBWCYKAK2 MB late 
notes 13Bagles,4onamountain.SL's 
window. CapeCod.NE.CarllonM 
olel.Mrp.Alicia4ayr. Spain4 summer. 
xmas.SkiingNC.Sailw/ 
Sue.Go2Bsln.BB?N'Stires.BHprts.SN 
KO.MIPfalmouth. Bumbles, 
w-i- willies. LKA + Myskirl 
NCCLs.LandAC Moving Fm .86NN 
OTA. Just Because.! Love You 
Mom,Dad,Gina,Michelle and the ba- 
bies. 



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Tina Tomaras 

It is over now but it was good while it 
lasted. BST of friends: EF. SR. 
DG.Greece SMR '89. Kalamata, 
Halandri.Le Cafe.Loutsa Beach.Disco 
Barbarella.Goya.Faneuil 
Hall.BLMT.IROC-Z's.MAWMF. AT, 
DM, KW, JL, MS, TO, MG. 
KL.JX,CT,NA.EP,OR,2MF,KF. Spe- 
cial thanks to Mom.Dad&George. ME 
AGAPI. CHRISTINA 



Judy Joa Tong 

People strange, when you're a 
stranger.Faces look ugly when you're 
alone... When you're a strange Faces 
come out of the rain, when you're a 
strange, no one remembers your name, 
when you're a strange, when you're 
strange, when you're a strange... Jim 
Morrison-The doors 



Beth Tormey 

Love25PHDAEJGLbv GNSESP Gen 
2BB4Eval8yrs!ILuvUJenTBestCuzLiz 
RunIn26roundKarToldU 
So!(JenPrommarkNickTy?LOJAC 
K?OOCHH!LuvU)M ame BachrisL 
uvUallSoM uch More Than I Can Say! 
YoungLife:StacyLinda Grace+ Kev 
JHJCD +SPUChanged MyLife! 
Castaway891ogLavida90solo 
Rom8:31' If God Is For UsWho Can- 
BeAgains+ Us?" Thanx MD KGDSay- 
GoodByeltsIndependenceDay ! 



Anissa Toscano 

"If you can walk, you can dance. If you 
can talk, you can sing. "Always reach 
for the "unattainable!" Beach daz- 
Field Hockey - Newtonite - USSR - 
Play It Again Sam - Positive thinking! 
C&C-M&P, triple head butts. 
R,D,L,I,T,K & all you guys-Thanx 4 
all the amazing and, well, not so amazing 
memories. Keep smiling. Much thanks 
2 my family. 



David H. Travis 

I yelled for joy. We passed the bottle.The 
great blazing stars came out, the far 
receding sandhills got dim. I felt like an 
arrow that could shoot out all the way.- 
JK BeeGees Skiing w/LMAUML Those 
Guys Soccer Drama Music Sh'lak the 
HELL lOQmdbomr I will take this road 
much further though I know not where 
it takes me 




Robert B. Trudo 

"I guess high school had a purpose I just 
never found out what it was"Baron Still 
Viped I don't get it "K" ladies Hehir 
what gun?Anto oh Sure Flelch eat it 
Rem. Temp. Bags, RF, MG, 
BR.DM,TM,ST,KE.BA,MK 
dbteanmmonaGIVEN Tara it won't bite 
Jen we were always stopped AD, JN.SD, 
ST MK-We re floorin it! Thanx 
Mom+DadlLuvu 



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Sara Trueblood 

Dont you forget about me ! Heather, you 
will always be TJ, and I will always be 
TDMPAQV, and TMA. Deb, SYL' A 
and manana Iguana. Mike, Don't forget 
to practice "unorthodox photography!" 
Thanx to the great ones, and the cast of 
thousands. YAY! Im outta this place 
which has driven me to the brink of 
insanity!!!!!!!! 



Michael J. Umina 

HIGH SCHOOL IS A BIG GAME OF 
POPULARITY HE WHO GETS THE 
MOST GIRLS AND THE WORST 
REP. WINS. I JUST WANT TO 
THANK HOLLY FOR HELPING ME 
REALIZE THERE IS MUCH MORE 
TO IT. TO MY FRIENDS YOU KNOW 
WHO YOU ARE, SEE YOU IN RE- 
ALITYICAN'TWAIT.MOM&DAD 
LOVE YA. PS REAL GAME JUST 
BEGUN SEE YOU AT THE FINISH 
LINE? 




Ushma Upadhyay 

HE WHO WONDERS TRULY 
LIVES 18 Shaw St.-S3 Watch-Palmer 
Motley Crue-Store 24 Night Espana 9 1 - 
Comell-ob's Van Drive Thru- VHP-Beer 
Bushes AM's Parties-Apple Picking 
Perfect Weekend -I Want to marry you 
-White Guitar-The Sex Game-Insepa- 
rable 3Some B'bados-I LOVE YOU 
MOM DAD SAP KAL & URM -How 
much does it cost to make a dollar? 





Andrea H. Useem 

"We are searching desperately for an 
enlightening adventure and are hoping 
you could come" — the Xmas jello letter 
to S.(J) Excellent friends thanx for 
endless amusment. you are all 
special. ..Peeyon. L(GA)M is way nippa. 
Family-you know who you are (thanx) 
"Adieu adieu to yuh + yuh + yuh " 
(Grenada) FARE THEE WELL 




Marc Venditti 

Its over already, all the good times w/ 
MS,CFPA.CCJMiCS,CSAM.VSBSljx)k 
Out Bahammas here we come. 
Hockey.Mustang LX 5.0 Adams Bench, 
"Buck" Summers at the Cape KR lookin 
good Kickin system in LX. Rem. keggers 
and the parties. Head of the show. rem. 
class of '91 always, owe it all to you 
mom and dad. Thanx, Later. 



Julie Erin Vermette 

These are the days to remember because 
they will not last forever Prom 89 
MC-Thanks for making every thing 
special Lisa-The good times will al- 
ways be rem RL MB-you always make 
me smile Bri-your'e someone special 
Never Forget:AA,KF,MT,BD-KFG 
Thanks Mom, Dad-^family for all your 
love-i-support GOOD LUCK Class 91 



Davide D. Visco 

Grab a brew & rem. good times. Danny 
Rich.Bob.Givels Do We Squattie! 
Summer of 90! Rem:Hockey 23 It Club 
Cambs house was a party. Linny, my 
buddy. Hampton was the start. Muffy! 
Leah. I love you. you will always have 
a special part ofme and don't worry- I'll 
never join the mafia. Golflot! Love all 
my friends GRAZIE Mom&Dad Ti 
AMO Thanks Sindia & Bob 



Karl Volkert 

Thanks mom n dad my Little Brother 
Erik live for ever Joey cat HI to the crue 
SP RANGERS forever KD the midset 
Electricians HI to Xman KW JML JE 
MS Chunkya KS RR 'The Afro" KS go 
dancin MM Himmler KR SS RC GS LC 
Special thanx to Karam S for bemg 
there HI DS BS and UMASS Goodluck 
Dawn and Chris C 



Mike Vongsavath 

Class of 91 Will Live For Evcr&m\ 
thanks to all my teachers and I will miss 
U all my boys TT.KV.PV.ST.CC+m\ 
cuz Rich things get better. girK 
KH.JM,ML KR I will miss U. Mom 
Dad 1 Luv U always+SV,JV Good Lu. k 
in 2years. Most of all 1 can't forget nn 
sweet heart KC Luv U 4 Ever. "Choice^ 
Theres one more thing "Peace" 




Kelly Weaver 

Marini. what can I say? Ziggy+Archie 
attached at the hip forever! Cher, what 
would I do w/o you? Jenn. the first was 
the worst. TV time! Hey IVIike. turn 
around. Sieve, we're keeping the kid SS 
MS MB RC PM JC FF KP KD KS KU 
TT DT + I wouldn't forget you Joey! 
KAH 81890 THANK YOU MOM, 
DAD AND JEN 




Michael Whiting 

THANX TO ALL OF MY FAMILY 
AND FRIENDS ETC. MR JOE RYAN 
MY MOTHER I LOVE YOU ALL OF 
MY AUNTS + UNCLES AND 
GRANDPARENTS MY GIRL- 
FRIEND GINA I LOVE YOU VERY 
MUCH BUDDY, BOBBO, ANGELO, 
SANDRA RC NP LF RM SW EL EF 
LC SM STANO MY MAIN MAN 
WEST NEWTON AND THE LAKE 
AND ANYONE ELSE I 
FORGOT...THANX— 




Kevin Yerardi 

Wrstl Laxl234 rem Gx's w/ everyl 
from Beals Adams & Palmer shrubs car 
LS trip 14 Kegs in a row covetruck 
Partying late night Partying done cape 
Brook incident flip never yge chucky 
EC Bashs K's taxi SB wee Bar Hopping 
w/ Lucky midnight dips cocked 10 
second keg stands mom dad &family 
Lov ya's all 



Jesse Howe Wegman 

"Is a dream a lie if it don't come true, or 
is it something worse?" -Bruce D- I'm 
not playing Kris- How "bout some mad, 
passionate sleep? goodnite Carl-Reefer? 
"Come in. she said, I'll give you shelter 
from the storm." -Bobby Rock On 



Neil Willis 




Joseph T. Yin 

"Who, setting their hand to knock at a 
door so strange as this one. might not 
draw back? DJ-So the man said to the 
Buddha-"What happens when I reach 
enlightenment?"-Eat rice,poop."What if 
I fail? ' - Eat rice. poop. "Oh." Don't fly 
Mr.Bluebird I'm just walkin' down the 
road. "Where's Joe?" 



Benjamin Mican Weiner 

ABCDEFnuttonGHI JK LM NO PQ 
RS TU VWXYZ-Find Your Initials 
"When the DOORS of perception are 
cleansed man will see things as they 
really are. infinite" — "Can you picture 
what will be so limitless and free, des- 
perately in need of some strangers hand, 
in a Desperate land" FLAT PANDA- 
BALI BALI "Turn me loose, WHEW!" 
JMIG 



Julie Winslow 

"But this I know:I love to play." It- 
aly '90CiaoPesceAimee-Respect. Amy- 
singing in the rain. I love you.EM. HL, 
SK, MM ,VD You are great! Dont 
forget:Look both ways before crossing 
the street To my wonderful large family- 
thank you ILY Aiden and Mom,I miss 
you Tracy-a little O.Girg-I miss you! 
All my friends elsewhere-PARTY 




Byeong Uk Yook 



Allan Wellenstein 

So 1 get in the cab... Remember: 
FAM1LY( Italy + our Italian Fncnds- 
Giovanni!) THOSE GUYS(someone 
tell Eric he's Oat) MY FRIENDS THE 
PLAY & Tom .Dick+Mary! Lungavitta 
al pesci! I like to wear men's under- 
wear! Much thanks + love to Mom. Dad 
+ my brothers! Ohh! I'll call ya back! 
Speak Bali to me! I'm bloated?!! 




Colin Worth 

Standing on a hill in a mountain of 
dreams, telling myself its not as hard as 
it seems. A small reason to hope. ..What 
good is an air popper if you dont have 
one? Pig pile on Ford. Ciao, 
FrancescoRenaldi.FluffHead Live 
Cream. Vol3 Allman Bros PhishDead- 
StonesBlues NY. DC Battle. Rocco 
Nintendo with C Grapemam. Kristaan. 
Burke ON 




Ji Yeong "Ana" Yook 

hey! of women Makers and Nukers, Y 
was Anastasia yowling such Madness? 
U said to i strive always! yeam Inde- 
pendence, have All to eradicate your 
Outrageous & Utmost apalling Lies.live 
for our respect. You or Us to Ourselves 
- no one to indicate covert exodus, you 
all know who you are. 




Molly Westlund 

There arc 2 paths you can go by but in 
the long run there is still time 2 change 
thc road you're on Thanx MR 
O&Chancc Joanne UR BEST SWIM4 
SOnBALLI,4 Cath BASH 9/l4/V() 
TheCAPEWDUDE PATROL MAN Y 
BREWS W?CABOT CRi;W & RICH 
& STEVE John I want 2 touch the light 
& the heal in your eyes THE AUTUMN 
MOON LIGHTS MY WAY SEE YA 




Debbi Yerardi 

it was Fun! NEVER forget B.S. W/B H. 
10th grade program(W.L.) ALL the 
trips. Barrystairs. Freshman year. The 
MaLL.SAB, DAVIS School, softball, 
THE COVE! Summer of 86! River si. 
Wendy's house. The Best times Coin a 
wax. WF.CH.JC.LM.MA.KB,(M+M) 
The Kids I grew '4 w/ 2.1 0 Auburn si. 
ALL MY LOVE + Billy l-l5-87.The 
Cape! 




Judith Ann Young 

DC.CF.KH.JM.SL-^ every I I missed! 
Good Luck 2 DR,GT,+MP "Dream until 
your Dreams come true" Ledzep 
PFLoyd.How's your bagel? Golden! 
You're Flashin'! Baked Potata Always 
Rem DS-i-DR you will never be 
Forgotten.Luv to my Family. 1 made 
it!!!!!! Dani.Rem window hoppin'??? 
"See you on the darkside of the moon" 
MB-Good Luck! 





Rita Zakak 

ThanxMom+Dad+NickynoveyouNev4- 
GetShannonWehadGoodTimes- 
Haw+WentThruTheBadZGetha.Inna- 
Blood Were On The Night Train. RVGE. 
UshmaRemOtherl-Ush + Tommy 
L.AnnaD Palmer Commons ML+MD. 
BratPack87.Rocky.Kevm5-26-89ILY. 
NewCorkidsKeep Drinkin. Christiane 
summerof90.IR-Summ88.SS-YUS? 
GNR. Joel M NAAMMBLSCLMrs.T 
RyMWKRDHBBKOSLDL JC. Gd Lck 
91 



Ari H. Zarchan 

•DON T W AIT FOR ANSWERS JUST 
TAKE YOUR CHANCES DON'T 
ASK ME WHY " THNX NN:JA MC 
DK AW DL CR EH DH CG B A CB CA 
SM NL IG JS LH GS MS MJ SG AS 
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the school days go by a It faster and 
easier. Without you school would be 
meaningless to me. Absolutely no thanks 
to the geeks and faculty. A big thank 
you to my girlfriend. Robin without you 
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Happiness: North Quincy High School, 
yrs; 87-90. — Special thanks to: Home- 
room 220, I love you Mr. Cotto. Also 
thank you Mr. McPhee, Mr. Cuttu. and 
the one and only Jeff Hennessey. We 
had a great track team! Transferred to 
Newton North. yrs:90-91 — It's differ- 
ent, but I like it! Thanks for all the 
support. I luv U Mom and Dad!!! 



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Deadline: 2001 



by Greta Alter 

As the end of the year approached, life beyond high school 
seemed more and more real. "Real life" is on its way. After 
graduation, we will not be together as an entire class until our 
reunion which is scheduled to take place in 10 years. By then, we 
will all have experienced a little real life". What will we be in 
2001? Who will we be? How will we have changed? Will we 
have realized our dreams? As a graduating class of over 400, there 
are as many different aspirations as there are students. 

How many times have we been asked, "What do you want to be 
when you grow up?" Well, as unbelievable as it may seem, we 
must now begin making these crucial decisions. Kirsten Campbell 
said her latest career plans include, "S.C.U.B.A. diving for the 
F.B.I." Roger Collela wants, " to be a professional musician," 
while Steven Borelli is pretty sure that he wants "to be a police- 
man." Michael Arick seems to have his future all planned out. "I 
want to be a famous scientist. I want to have invented a material 



that will conquer gravity. 1 want lo have gotten the Nobel Prize, 
and I think I will too," he asserted with confidence. Liz Glazier is 
similarly scientifically headed. "1 want to go to Mars," she said. 

Of course, to many of us having a lot of money us high on our 
lists. Adam Sack wants to be "really rich." He said he wants to 
have achieved, "Liquid cash." 

Some of us aren't yet thinking so far ahead. Eric Harbert's 
number one goal is just "to be alive." "And my number two goal," 
is that Jerry Garcia is still playing," he joked. 

Others had a more universal, philosophical approach to their 
future. Mike Kadish wants to be "Satisfied." Eden Iscnstein wants 
"to be in love," and Aaron Menitoff wants to have achieved "Nir- 
vana." 

When we leave each other in June, the best we can wish for one 
another is that we all return in 10 years as exactly who we want to 
be. Here's to nirvana! 




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"Josh, help me with my physics!" - Seniors Rachel Hitch and Josh Borus spend 
precious free time studying on Riley benches. 

Tough guys -- Seniors Dave Visco and Teddy Dalicandro practice for the Mr. 
Olympia contest. 



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Excuses^ Excuses 





by Greta Alter and 
David Travis 



We all have used them at one time or another, either to help us out of uncomfortable and 
embarrassing situations, or simply to buy extra time to complete an assignment. While 
some teachers may think of them as lies and symbols of our irresponsibility, we like to call 
them "excuses." 

They are our answers to such feared questions as "Where's your homework?" and "Why 
didn't you do the assignment?" They're our response to the angry and disappointed faces 
of our teachers that never fail to make us feel terribly guilty. 

Everyone has an old reliable standby. Nick Tempesta uses, "I totally have it, but I lost it 
in my locker," while Heather Quinn has found that the old "family problems" excuse not 
only gets the teacher to give you more time, but also evokes the teacher's sympathy and 
concern. 

Roger Colella takes the simple approach with his, "I forgot it." Another successful 
excuse is Pasquale Russo's "I didn't understand it." Teachers can't argue with this gem. 

Michael Arick's rather unique excuse probably couldn't have worked for most of us. "I 
just say I was working on Math Team problems, especially to math teachers," he explained. 

Anne Zaremba uses a more universal approach, "I say I had a rough weekend and 
couldn't do the work," she said. liana Schneider uses a little humor. She explains to her 
teachers, "I am a senior." Unfortunately, this infamous senior slump excuse usually does 
not get us very far. 

We can't deny that the truth is the best policy. Follow Scott Temple's advice and, "Don't 
degrade (your) teachers with excuses." 




"What block is it, anyway?" -- Seniors Josh Borus and Chris Ford are confused. 
Whoops - Seniors Earl West and Lauren Mackay chuckle over a forgotten assignment. 



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My cash box ate it -- Senior Ben Ross grapples for 

a creative excuse. 

"I'd rather be fishing" -- Senior Ricardo Cortei 
debates the importance of homcw ori;. 



The Dating Game 

by Greta Alter 

When did the dating game begin? Was it during Spin the Bottle in junior high? Was it at 
our first dance in the caf? Has it even begun? While some of us doubt the validity and 
importance of high school relationships, others have found dating to be a significant part of 
our teenage years. 

Jen Lowe found, "Having a steady boyfriend is like having a best friend." Jocie Kasper 
said, "Dating at Newton North seems to help in the interaction among different groups of 
kids. People don't limit who they date to just their immediate friends." 

Some of us didn't have anything too positive to say on the subject of dating. Dana 
Shapiro declared, "It sucks," and Clare Golden said "P.D.A. makes me ill." Satish Pilai was 
so confused that he completely avoided the issue. "I can't flow you any imput." he said 
rushing to class, "It's highly confidential." 

Others were a little more optimistic. Coincidentally they were the same people who have 
been involved in longterm relationships. Teddy Dalicandro said, "This year more of my 
friends have girlfriends, so that makes it even better." Veronica Rogers said, "Relationships 
are good because you get to share the year with someone." 

In liana Goldwasser's opinion, "Newton North is an ideal place for relationships to 
blossom because there is a lot of social interaction." Erika Snider said she "generally likes 
to recruit outside the school." 

So, whether we've spent high school steering away from relationships entirely, seeing the 
same person for the majority of our four years, or something in between, it's time to move 
on to college or the working world, where we will have to learn a new dating game alto- 
gether. 





What a stud! — Senior Kamau Harris lets th( 
world know he's just gone to the dentist 

I'm a little teapot... — Junior Jose Garcia-Parra re 
members the childhood tune 





Coffee break - Seniors 
Kristen Olson and Maggie 
Flynn need caffeine to make 
it through the day. 



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(ilue iiccidcni -- Junior Tim 
Bagicy lircs liitily to remove his 
hand from his chin. 

Tense -- Senior Gail Slanion 
anticipates a massage from her 
good friend senior Gillian Lock- 
wood. 

Lovely Rita meter maid -- Senior 
Rita Zakak thinks about rock-n-roli. 




Excellent adventure - Returning 
from a wild double lunch, seniors 
Ned Amisby, Joe Yin. Ben Cosloy. 
Colin Worth and Dave Anderson 
snack on smartfood. 





Monkey business — Sophomore Mike Cucinotta post graduate Josh Arnold, 
and sophomore Ann Hagaman hang out (literally) on Elm Road. 
"Guys look at this!" -- Senior Scott Berg points out an inchworm on his finger 
to seniors Ben Carliner and Ben Ross. 



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PRESEASON 



by Krister Johnson and 
Matt Laufer 

With the crisp air of autumn still a 
month away, North's fall teams took to the 
field, the gym, the links and the pool — 
preseason had begun. For many, this time 
was a chance to make the varsity squad. 
For freshmen it was their first athletic expe- 
rience at Newton North. For the veteran 
upper classmen it was time to begin prepa- 
ration. Preseason was, for everyone, the 
beginning of not only another season of 
athletics, but also the new school year. 

The Boys' Soccer team certainly knew 
that the fall season would be a challenge. 
Without a Suburban League in which to 
defend their title, the boys were ready to 
make their mark on the new Bay State 
League. They opened up their season 
against the Division 2 State Champions, 
Framingham South, and hoped to begin 
with victory and fulfill the enormous 
potential their team possessed. The Girls' 
Soccer team, however, could only hope to 



match their previous season's success. 
Coming off a Division 1 State Champion- 
ship, the team was looking forward to 
powerhouses Framingham, Natick and 
Needham to prepare them for expected 
tournament competition. 

For many of the Football team veterans, 
a season in the talent-laden Bay State 
League may have been the challenge of 
their high school careers. Teams such as 
Walpole, Wellesley and Natick would 
prove to be tough match-ups, but the squad 
was not about to back down. With their 
grueling double-sessions during the first 
few weeks, the team hoped to be in top 
physical and mental form for the rough 
season ahead. As always, the players also 
kept in the back of their minds the tradi- 
tional Thanksgiving Day Game against 
long-time foe Brookline. 

The Boys' and Girls' Cross Country 
teams could be found on the track, prepar- 
ing for what promised to be another excit- 
ing year. After dominating the Suburban 
League, the Girls' team hoped to continue 



their romp in the new league. After an 
improved spring season last year under new 
coach Jim Blackburn, the revilatilized 
Boys' team hoped to continue its success. 

On the far field, the Field-Hockey team 
worked arduously, ready to show the new 
league what it could accomplish. After 
narrowly missing the State Tourney last 
year, the girls were hungry for success. As 
Co-Captain Liz Glazier said, "You ain't 
seen nothin' yet!" 

In the gym, the Girls" Volleyball team 
prepared for their new opponents in the Bay 
State League. After a difficult season last 
year, the girls were excited to make their 
mark on the new season. 

The Golf team diligently practiced their 
form out on the links. Coming off a 
Suburban League Title, the team was 
hoping to dominate the new league as well. 

The Girls Swimming and Diving Team 
was all wet, ready and waiting to compete 
against State Champions Wellesley. After a 
satisfying 6-2 season last year, the Girls 
were excited to enter the Bay State League. 



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|)oh! That's tight -- Co-captain Brian Rooney gets the kinks out lor the soccer season. 

Sleep- running --Senior Karl Munkelwit/ 
catches some shut-eye on a straight away. 



Air Attack -- Newton North's QB's work on their 

synchronized passing skills. 

"1 wear .short shorts!" - Coach T.J. Williams 
struts his stuff for the Girls' Soccer team. 

Blocking drill - The Football team works on its 
stance. 




Middle of the fairway - Junior Dennis Burke admires his drive. 



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Tiger aggression - Co-captain Brian Rooney clashes w ith his Boxer opjxMK 



Sports « . > 



3y Krister Johnson and 
Matt Laufer 

This fall, our athletic teams all 
mticipated a season full of excite- 
nent and challenge. But this fall 
was special - these teams were the 
'irst to test the prestigious and 
30werful Bay State League. This 
/ear marked the beginning of a 
new era for Newton North Athlet- 
ics, and the close of seventy years 
in the now defunct Suburban 
eague. 

For the first time in a great 
many years, North's athletes had 
to prepare for their seasons with- 
out knowing what to expect from 



their opponents. All that they 
knew was that the new league 
would provide fierce competition. 
In Athletic Director T.J. Williams' 
eyes the switch could only be 
good for the program. "The Bay 
State League is a class act", de- 
clared Williams. "The teams will 
be consistently strong throughout 
the full scope and sequence of the 
athletic program." The Fall teams 
looked ahead to their seasons and 
hungrily anticipated their plunge 
into the new league and untested 
playing fields. 





Tiger Pride -- Sophomores Becky 
Holcomb. Maureen Paul. Kathy 
MacDonald. the tiger mascot, and 
senior Laura Cook exhibit the 
spirited enthusiasm that drive 
Newton North athletics. 

The team work of the tigers - 

Senior Chuck Harris enjoys a break 
in the action with interpreter. 

The leaping tiger - Volleyball 
standout, senior Christine Chang 
arches her body ready to spring for 
the kill. 



Tiger eyes - Soccer striker, sophomore Caitie Feeney 
is determined to take no prisoners. 



Football 




The 1991 Football team -- Back Row: Kalomo Harris, Joe Fanelli, Jamie Doherty, Sean Kiley, Don 
Osgood, Chris Claflin, Kenny Walsh, Doug Straley. Denton Randolph Fifth Row: Paul Demaio. Brett 
Splain, Jamal Van Putten, Karl Abele, Phil Garland, Dan McManus, Tariq Ahmed, Brendan O'Reilly, 
Jamie Keefe, Alfonso Sydney Fourth Row: Aaron Beineke, Carmen Petrillo, Matt Engel, Greg Mitchell, 
Jason Young, Jim DeLuca, Mike Henry, Torry Bolter, Eric Busa, Marty Dietrich. Sung Kato Third Row: 
Andy Denioura, V.J. Farina, Chris Cunningham, Dave Lewis, Mike Guzzi, Chris Demaio, loram Grinbla- 
tas, Massimilian Mastantuono. Gus Svartstrom, Mike Wilkins. Jason Maclellan Second Row: Dave Leger, 
Bill Spalding, Vin Simone, Chris Flagg, Nick Tempesta, Ted Dalicandro, Steve Bagley, Chuck Harris, 
Tony Mariano, Tommy O'Reilly Front Row: Brandon Hehir. and Kamau Harris. 



SCOREBOARD 


9/15 


Walpole 


6-40 


9/22 


Milton 


6-19 


9/30 


Fram. No. 


14-18 


10/5 


Natick 


0-36 


10/13 


Wellesley 


6-27 


10/20 


Fram. So. 


7-6 


10/27 


Braintree 


27-14 


11/3 


Dedham 


14-27 


11/10 


Needham 


7-14 


11/22 


Brookline 


15-35 


Totals: 


2-8 


102-236 



by David Travis 

Plagued by injuries and a grueling 
schedule, the Newton North football 
squad's debut season in the strong Bay 
State League was a disappointing one. 
However, despite finishing off the 
season with a discouraging 2-8 record, 
coach Peter Capodilupo's Tigers were 
not ashamed. Senior starter Ted DaH- 
candro perhaps summed up the season 
best: "There was a lot of team spirit, but 
we just couldn't get it together. The 
breaks just didn't go our way." 

"We played a lot of good teams and 
we lost a lot of games." said Capodi- 
lupo. Co-captain Brandon Hehir' s early 
season injury which forced him to sit on 
the bench for three games made it 
difficult for the team to get rolling. 
"Hehir was basically the glue which 



held us together offensively," coach 
Cappy said. The loss of many key 
players from last year produced a 
position vacuum which resulted in 
several players playing more than one 
position. Senior V.J. Farina played at 
both fullback and kicker. Senior Vincent 
Simone and Ted Dalicandro played both 
receiver and defensive back. Hehir 
played both quarterback and safety. Due 
to this lack of depth, the team fatigued 
during the latter part of the second half 
of the season, despite Capodilupo's 
rigorous conditioning. 

The season was not without its 
triumphs. The team's first win, against 
Framingham South at home, was one of 
the closest and most exciting games in 
recent history. Farina's successful point 
on top of Ted Dalicandro's touchdown 
was enough to clinch the victory. The 



tigers won, 7-6. All of the players cite 
this game as the highlight of the 
season. The tigers also defeated Brain- 
tree 27-14. "We had to rely on our 
quickness in offense, " said Capodi- 
lupo. Junior running back David 
Lewis, a two-year starter, was a con- 
sistant contributor. 

The Tigers' dedication to the game 
and to each other was what clearly 
marked the season. At the Fall Athletic 
Banquet, Coach Capodilupo summed 
up the year. "It is very hard to go to the 
field and practice every day without 
winning. But this group of young men 
demonstrated their tremendous pride, 
their tremendous self-respect, and their 
work ethic that would never let them 
stop trying to do the best they could 
do." 



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The running man - Co-captain Brandon Hehir 
charges downfield. 

Fake out -- Two tigers throw the defense with a 
handoff. 

"Get off me!" -- Senior Dave Lewis breaks a tackle. 



"Sweet play!" -- Junior Matt Engel shouts encour- 
agement from the sidehnes. 



The Braintrust - Co-captain Kamau Harris and 
senior Teddy Dalicandro discuss the gameplan. 

Opening it up - Senior captain Brandon Hehir 

goes long. 





Soccer 



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The 1991 Boys' Soccer Team - Back Row : Assistant coach John DiMambro, Coach Roger Brown, 
Forrest St. Clair, Peter Kassalcian. David Travis, Brendon Daly, MAtt Shufro, Krister Johnson, Matt Cas- 
tiglione. John Crockett, Josh Borus. Matt McCue, Drew Matzkin, Chris Guild Middle Row: Jeremy Alper, 
Chris Mensoian, Brian Rooney, Matt Laufer, Josh Liberman, Dante Mazzola, Scott McCarley, Jared Leeds 
Front Row: Doug Cobb, Stuart Savage, Cormac Collier, Russel Walker, Arlo Laitien, Abe Klein, Teain 

managers Veronica Rogers and Jen Lowe. 



SCOREBOARD 



Q/1 1 

7/11 


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0 1 

Z- 1 


9/13 


Braintree 


3-0 


9/15 


Brookline 


3-0 


9/18 


Milton 


1-0 


9/21 


Walpole 


5-1 


9/25 


Natick 


1-2 


9/27 


Needham 


1-1 


10/1 


Brockton 


2-1 


10/3 


Deedham 


6-1 


10/5 


Broolkine 


6-1 


10/10 


Fram. No. 


2-0 


10/12 


Braintree 


0-0 


10/17 


Wellesley 


2-0 


10/19 


Brockton 


4-0 


10/22 


Fram So. 


2-3 


10/24 


Norwood 


6-0 


10/26 


Needham 


2-1 


10/29 


Natick 


1-1 


Totals: 


11-2-3 


49-13 



by Dave Anderson 

With 18 seniors leading the Boy's 
Soccer team this year, the late August 
preseason showed a lot of promise. "I 
thought, going into the season, we had a 
team with the guts, desire, and skill to 
win our division and give a strong 
showing in the states," said co-captain 
Brian Rooney. 

Under the direction of coach Roger 
Brown, the Tigers accomplished their 
first goal, posting a 13-2-3 regular 
season record and capturing the league 
title in their first year in the Bay State 
League. 

Again this year, the emphasis was on 
defense. Led by the tremendous experi- 
ence of co-captain and Globe All-Scho- 
lastic Matt Laufer, and with the help of 



junior Chris Mensoian and senior league 
all-stars Peter Kassakian and Scott 
McCarley, opposing teams were hard- 
pressed to get a shot off. Senior goal- 
keeper Josh Borus was there for the few 
shots that slipped past the defense. 

Offense was generated mainly by the 
strong play of the midfielders, including 
Rooney, seniors Stuart Savage, Arlo 
Laiten, Krister Johnson, and freshman 
stand-out Russle Walker. Dante Maz- 
zola and Matt Shufro finished up around 
the net, adding to the goals and assists. 

A dramatic 2-1 overtime win at 
Greater New Bedford in the first round 
of the State Tournament led fans and 
players alike to believe that the boys 
would go far this year. But their dreams 
were left to drown on the rain soaked 
field one blustery afternoon in Novem- 



ber. A 1-0 loss to Hingham in 5 over- 
times knocked them out of the Tourney 
in the second round. It was the end of 
the season for the team, and for many 
of the seniors, it was the end of an era. 
The loss to Hingham marked the last 
time that they would play together, and 
many had been together since the fourth 
grade. 

"As time passes, our accomplish- 
ments of a 14-3-3 season and the Bay 
State Conference Division I Champion- 
ship will ease our disappointment over 
the quarter-final elimination in the 
tournament," said Brown of this year's 
effort. "I extend my condolences and 
congratualtions to a special team that 
made my fall enjoyable." 





^ver-alert for the quick strike - Co-captain Brian Rooney dribbles down-field 
igainst the Spartans. 



Fielid Hockey 




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The 1991 Field Hockey Team - Back Row: Coach Celeste Meyers. Leah Conn, Jen Sarras, Kathleen 
Boyce, Megan Walkins. Sarah Mazur, Nikki Bazer. Midlle Row: Jerusha Hall, Rachel Cohen, Carley 
Warren, Marianne Gonzolas, Rebecca Goodman, Kim Tan. Botton Row: Michele Cambria, Caitie 



SCOREBOARD 


9/11 


Fram. No. 2-2 


9/13 


Braintree 4-0 


9/18 


Milton 0-2 


9/21 


Walpole 0-5 


9/25 


Natick 0-0 


9/27 


Needham 0-0 


10/3 


Dedham 3-0 


10/5 


Brookline 1-1 


10/10 


Fram. No. 0-2 


10/12 


Braintree 4-0 


10/17 


Wellesley 0-1 


10/19 


Natick 4-1 


10/22 


Norwood 1-2 


10/24 


Needham 0-2 


10/26 


Fram. So. 4-0 


10/29 


Brookline 2-0 


Totals: 


6-6-4 25-18 



by Krister Johnson 

''We held our own," declared Field 
Hockey coach Celeste Meyers. While 
some fall teams looked to go unde- 
feated, and others to win their league, 
the Field Hockey team looked to hold 
its own. Because Newton North' s 
Field Hockey program begins in the 
ninth grade, while those of some 
schools they compete against begin in 
the junior high, the team has a 
decided disadvantage. And with 
North's entrance into the Bay State 
Conference, the season looked grim 
for the young players. But the girls 
never gave up, and through tough 
practices, hard work in games, and 



the guidence of Meyers, the Field 
Hockey team finished up the season 
with a 6-6-4 record, narrowly missing 
the state tournament. 

Both co-captains Liz Glazier and 
Claire Golden were pleased with the 
season, though disappointed that it was 
their last at Newton North. Glazier cited 
the team's tie with Needham. a 0-0 
game, as one of the highlights of the 
season. "They were a very physical 
team, but we played our own game, 
dominated, and should have won." 
Senior Caitie Murphy reflected on the 
unity of the team: "We were a very 
close team. There was no tension 
between the players on J.V. and the 
players on Varisty. We all just worked 



together and got along well." Coach 
Meyers agreed: "The progress of team 
union throughout the year was the most 
exciting thing for me." 

The team had three league all-stars: 
Glazier, senior Michelle Cambria, and 
junior Marianne Gonzales. Meyers also 
cited the efforts of Murphy, senior 
Anissa Toscano, and freshman stand-out 
Sarah Mazur, the teams leading 
scorer. While many seniors will graduate 
this year, freshman players like Mazur 
and other underclassmen should provide 
a strong team for next fall. For the 
graduating players, memories of New - 
ton North Field Hockey will be a mix- 
ture of fondness, frustration, but abo\ e 
all unity. The Field Hockey Team was 
truley a team. 





Didn't you have a V -8? - Junior Marianne 
Gonzales plays the angle during a game. 

"A close group" - The team meets for a brief talk 
on the field. 



On her toes - Senior Julia Heemstra prepares to 

receive a pass. 

3 on 2 - Sophomore Megan Walkins and co- 
captain Liz Glazier work some tactics on 
Needham. 

A step ahead - Senior captain Liz Glazier beats 
her opponent to the ball. 



Heading downfield — Junior Rachel Cohen makes a 
run down the side. 



Girls' Soccer 




The 1991 Girls' Soccer Team Back Row: Coach TJ. Williams, Tracy Scott, Kaite Harrington, Beth 
Tormey, Eden Isenstein. Claudia Schnipper, CaitHn Feeney, Susan Salter. Alie Rosenberg, Amy Govsky. 
manager Jeff Kahn, assistant coach Don Satter. Middle Row: Meg Kassakian. Tanya Jones, Maureen 
Concannon, Erika Johnson, Christina Mariani, Michele McMillen, Rebe Glass. Bottom Row: Fennel 
Doyle, Karen Ross, Loryn Nash, Jen Satran, Michelle Bonadio, Laura Jackson. 



SCOREBOARD 



9/11 


Fram. No. 


0-3 


9/13 


Braintree 


3-0 


0/1'=; 


Brookline 


j-U 


9/18 


Milton 


1-1 


9/21 


Walpole 


3-0 


9/25 


Natick 


2-2 


9/27 


Needham 


0-3 


10/1 


Brockton 


3-1 


10/3 


Dedham 


4-2 


10/5 


Brookline 


9-0 


10/10 


Fram. No. 


1-1 


10/12 


Braintree 


7-0 


10/17 


Wellesley 


4-1 


10/19 


Brockton 


4-0 


10/22 


Fram. So. 


0-0 


10/24 


Norwood 


7-0 


10/26 


Needham 


2-0 


10/29 


Natick 


4-2 


Totals: 


12-2-4 


56-16 



by Josh Borus 



The 1990 edition of the Girls' Soccer 
team, while burdened with the task of 
living up to their success of last year. 
This included a #1 national ranking and 
a division one State Championship, as 
well as the challenge of switching into 
the Bay State League, came through 
with another stellar season. 

Despite the pressure, the Tigers per- 
formed impressively, advancing to the 
Eastern Mass. Final before losing a 
difficult 2-1 game to Winchester, 
ranked in "USA Today" as the nation's 
premier squad for this year. The girls, 
led by coach T.J. Williams and tri- 
captains Katie Harrington. Jen Satran 
and Debbie Satter, finally bowed out 
with a 16-3-4 record. 

The team started sluggishly, suffering 
from injuries and the transition from the 
relatively weak Suburban League 



competition to regular battles with some of 
the top teams in the state. However, the 
continual jousting with powerhouses 
Needham, Framingham North, Framing- 
ham South, and Wellesley proved to be 
beneficial as it forced the team to hone its 
already skillful passing, preparing the team 
for the post season. 

The turn around was best illustrated by 
North's two matches with Needham. In 
their first meeting, the Tigers were out- 
matched, losing 3-0. But the team contin- 
ued to work hard, and was ready for round 
two, turning in one of their finest efforts of 
the season, defeating the Rockets 2-0. 

According to tri-captain and league all- 
star Deb Satter, the change was obvious: 
"In the second game we totally dominated. 
It was like we were a new team." Indeed, 
the Tigers, sparked by the return of junior 
Tanya Jones after a six-week stay on the 
disabled list, entered the State Tournament 
playing their best soccer of the year. 



having won every game since the return of 
Jones. 

In the tournament, the Tigers disposed of 
Dartmouth 8-0, Falmouth 2-0, Oliver Ames 
3-0, and rival Wellesley 2-1 before finalh 
succumbing to Winchester 2- 1 . The team 
finished ranked in the top twenty of "USA 
Today's" national poll for the second yeai 
in a row. 

According to coach Williams, "the 
captains were major contributors to the 
team. They took their roll as captains a step 
beyond what they had to. 

When asked to reflect on the season, he 
responded, "We went as far as we were 
supposed to have gone. If we'd beaten 
Winchester, we'd have taken the whole 
thing. I have no remorse about losing to 
Winchester. They were just a better team oi 
that given day." 

Congratulations to the girls for another 
successful year. 



[ 




A lesson in technique -- 

Senior Alie Rosenberg 
makes a picture-perfect 
pass. 

Get out of my net! - 

Junior Amy Glovsky gets 
rid of the ball and junior 
Loryn Nash. 

Halftime talk - Girls 
soccer coach TJ Williams 
comments on the team's 
play. 



On the move - Tri-captain Katie Harrington pushes the 
ball downfield. 



Sweet pass! - Senior tri-captain Jen Satran 
knocks it by a Needham defender. 

Ice! - Junior Tanya Jones puts on a show. 



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Golf 




SCOREBOARD 


9/13 


Norwood 


52-56 


9/17 


Walpole 


53-55 


9/19 


Waltham 


65-43 


9/24 


Waltham 


7-2 


9/25 


Brockton 


37-47 


9/27 


Fram. No. 


75-33 


10/2 


Milton 


60-48 


10/4 


Wellesley 


82-26 


10/9 


Fram. So. 


67.5-40.5 


10/16 


Braintree 


65.5-42.5 


10/18 


Dedham 


76.5-31.5 


10/24 


Needham 


59.5-48.5 


10/25 


Brookline 


61.5-46.5 


Totals: 


10-3 


761.5-519.5 



The 1991 Golf Team - Top Row: Coach Jerry Phillips, Dennis Burke, Joe Blanchard. Marty Clapton, Dave 
Stewart. Eli Chapman, Jon Lesser. Jim O'Reilley, Paul Arpino, Scott Marchand, Pat Leavey. assistant coach 
Mr. Rousseau Bottom Row: Daniel Lamer, Matt Lieberman, Michael Machoney. Andrew Ingham, Rob 

Griffin, Chris Ford. 
I 



by Robert Edmonston 

After a rocky 0-2 start, the Golf 
team rallied to become the Carey 
Division Champs in the Bay State 
League. An "unbelievable young 
team" proved to be the key to the 
team's success, according to head 
coach Jerry Phillips. 

The season began on a positive 
note when a tremendous number of 
golfers appeared at Day 1 of the 
season. "We had a tremendous 
turnout at the start of the season", 
recalled Phillips. "The team was 
loaded with talented, young players.' 
These young players, along with the 
veteran golfers struggled through 



their first two matches, and after losing 
both, sat down to regroup. The young- 
sters and the veterans combined to 
swing the season about face, and propel 
the Tiger golfers to win the League 
Championship. Phillips cited sopho- 
mores Dan Lamer and Andrew Ingham 
as examples of exceptional underclass- 
men players. "Our League All-Stars: 
senior Chris Ford and junior Dennis 
Burke, were our strongest golfers", 
added Coach Phillips. 

Ford, the team captain, felt the team's 
victory over Braintree was the highlight 
of the season. "We were tied with 
Braintree with three matches remaining 



in the season, we needed a victory to 
win the division", reminisced Ford. 
"The team really played well and we 
came away with the win which led us t 
the division title." 

Coach Phillips predicts a promising 
future for the Golf team. "I see Golf as 
a sport which is growing more and mop 
popular every year", commented Phil- 
lips. "With all the talented, young 
golfers, I see continued success for the 
Golf team in years ahead." After a 
successful and victorious season this 
year, the Tigers left a mark on Bay Stat 
League golfing, and can only hope to 
continue their dominance. 



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Girls 



9 



Swimming 




The 1991 Girls' Swim Team: Back Row: Assistant coach Chris Jones, coach Colleen White, Anna 
Demeo, Sarah Quebec, Lauren Mackay, Kristen Chapelle. Ellsa Gold. Kathy Richard, Molly Westlund, 
Elyssa Aronson, Rachel Hitch Third Row: Laurel Reilly-Raska, Lisa Kowalski. Allison Pitts, Nicole 
Chapelle, Niamh Page, Andrea Muzi, Brenda Marshall, Kristina Miler, Sophie Lanjuin. Erika Hersch, Emily 
3rantham, Amy Stengel, Anne Dudek Second Row: Karis MacGregor, Leah Vecchione, Leah Gassett, Ain 
Grooms, Robin Scott, Lisa Mir, Beth Freitas, Martha Quebec. Tami Roberts. Robin Shostak, Melanie Levy, 
Grace Kapplow Front Row: Leah Even, Moira Chiong, Lisa Marzilli. Jessica Berkowitz, Ali Sherman, 
Alexandra Jarige. Danielle Paoli, Sharon Lahey, Heather Flaxer, Emma Reinhardt. Elisa Boden. 



SCOREBOARD 



9/18 


Cambridge 


114-55 


9/21 


Waltham 


105-75 


9/25 


Walpole 


112-73 


9/27 


Natick 


103-82 


10/2 


Fram. No. 


105-78 


10/5 


Somerville 


113-72 


10/9 


Wellesley 


79-104 


10/16 


Fram. So. 


103-78 


10/19 


Brockton 


104-81 


10/23 


Dedham 


108-75 


10/26 


Needham 


93-93 


10/30 


Brookline 


102-84 



Totals: 



10-1-1 



1241-950 



by JeffKahn 

It was a very satisfying season for the 
Girls' Swimming and Diving team, 
ending with a 10-1-1 record. "We were 
very pleased with where we ended up in 
the Bay State League — second place, 
behind State Campions Wellesley," said 
head coach Colleen White. 

"We didn't know what to expect 
from the new league." added assistant 
coach Chris Jones. "But we beat every- 
one decisively except Wellesley and 
Needham." North's meet with Needham 
was both the most emotional and the 
oddest of the year for the Tigers. "The 
Needham meet was the most exciting 
part of my sixteen year coaching 



career," said coach White. Needham's team 
was better on paper, but North battled the 
entire meet, and in the end it all came down 
to the 400 yard relay. North's depth 
showed through in this event, capturing 
second and third place and with them an 
unprecedented tie, 93-93. 

Tri-captain Kristen Chapelle was happy 
with the season as well. "We set out to 
place second, and that's where we placed." 
Chapelle also cited the teams willingness to 
swim events that they were not used to, 
adding further depth to an already ex- 
tremely talented team. According to tri- 
captain Sarah Quebec, "The freshmen were 
great this year. They really wanted to get 
out and participate." 

The team had several stars this year, 



including the 400 yard freestyle relay team 
of Chapelle. sophomore Emily Grantham, 
tri-captain Lauren Mackay, and freshman 
Martha Quebec, which broke the school 
record at the Sectional meet this year. 
Junior Amanda Keaveny won a well de 
served third place in the Bay State Diving 
Meet. 

North's team is not only successful - it 
is young. "We hope to bring along this 
years swimmers to form an even stronger i 
team for next year," said Jones. "All the 
swimmers on the team improved greatly, 
and the hopes are the same for next year's 
team. "I would like to see the team go on 
from here." said White. "This team was a 
great team, and I couldn't have asked for 
more enjoyable season." 



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Girls 



' Volleyball 




The 1991 Girls' Volleyball Team: Back Row: Coach Richard Barton, Celeste Moure. Ursula Liang, 
Liz Hartner Front Row: Beth Ann D'Agostino, Cindy Lee, Christine Chang, Stephanie Mandeil and 

Lori Katz. 





SCOREBOARD 


9/1 1 


r-< XT 

Fram. No. 


1 

2-1 


9/13 


Braintree 


2-0 


9/18 


Durfee 


1-2 


9/21 


Walpole 


1-2 


9/25 


Natick 


0-2 


9/27 


Needham 


2-0 


10/1 


Milton 


2-0 I 


10/3 


Dedham 


2-1 


10/5 


Brookline 


2-1 


10/10 


Fram. No. 


1-2 


10/12 


Braintree 


2-1 


10/17 


Wellesley 


1-2 


10/19 


Natick 


1-2 


10/22 


Norwood 


1-2 i 


10/24 


Needham 


2-0 


10/26 


Fram. So. 


2-0 ' 


10/29 


Brookline 


0-2 


Totals: 


9-8 


24-20 



by Scott McCarley 

After having won only four matches 
last year, the 1991 Girls' Volleyball team 
made their season one of improvement, 
ending with a winning record of 9-8. 

Still the team could have done better, 
according to head coach Richard Barton: 
"I was disappointed with our play on 
some days; I felt it could have been 
much better with our ability." 

However, the season certainly did not 
lack high points. Take, for example, the 
Tiger's win over North rival Brookhne, a 
game that they weren't supposed to win, 
according to senior Lorig Charkoudian. 



"Brookline was supposed to beat us, but we 
played one of our best matches of the year 
and came out with a three game win. 
Barton called the victory "a well deserved 
win for the girls. They really worked hard." 

Barton stressed team play throughout the 
year — there were no captains on this team. 
According to Barton, he wanted the players 
to look to the entire team for support, not 
just to one or two individuals. 

However, the team was not without its 
stars. Junior Ursula Liang made the Bay 
State League All-Star First Team, while 
juniors Cindy Lee and Stephanie Mandeil 
both made the second team. Mandeil was 
also chosen the News Tribune's top volley- 



ball player. 

Unfortunately, the team will be losing a 
number of players in June, including senior 
starter Christine Chan_g and senior Liz 
Hartner, a first year player. However. 
Barton hopes that junior Rita Tramontozzi 
will be returning to the team next fall. Tra- 
montozzi had a great sophmore season, but 
missed her junior year. The return of 
Tramontozzi could turn a good team into a 
great one. 

All in all it was a satisfying season for 
the Girls' Volleyball Team. With a stress 
on team unity and team play, the girls mad( 
their first venture into the Bay State Leagui 
a successful one. Next year looks to be eve 
better. 



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Girls' X-Country 




The 1991 Girls' Cross Country Team: Back Row: Ashley Moonves, Aliza Phillips, Liz Rosser, Jane 
Saczynski, Miriam Komitzer, Jenny Martin, Jen Rosman, Lisbeth Harris, Mandy Moneyhun, coach Peter 
Martin, Rosemine Occean Front Row: Anna Doherty. Jill Wertheim. Amy Dain. Parastou Sodager, 
Katie Reppert, Katherine Hyde. Bay-Bay Fang. Becky Cormelli. 



SCOREBOARD 


9/13 


NorwooH 

1 ^ \ji vv yjyjK^ 


19-3R 


9/17 


Brain./Ded. 


15-55 


9/24 


Fram. So. 


18-40 


9/27 


Fr. N./Need. 


15-50 






20-37 


10/2 


Milton 


15-50 


10/9 


Walp./Welles. 


19-41 






15-48 


10/16 


Natick 


18-43 


10/23 


Brookline 


23-34 


Totals: 


11-0 


177-436 



by Peter Kassakian 

It was a classic season for the Newton 
North Girls Cross Country team. Upon 
entering the Bay State League, the team 
was already looking beyond the regular 
season races. Coach Peter Martin said, 
"Because of the strength and depth of 
our new and returning runners, we 
expect to place extremely will in the 
league and focus on the State races." 

With frequent assistance from the 
Junior Varsity team, the girls crushed 
every team that they met thoughout the 
season and moved on to place third in the 
Catholic Memorial Meet. Notwithstand- 



ing various injuries, the team burst forth to 
win the Class A Eastern Massachusetts Di- 
vision 1 championship at Franklin Park in 
which sophomore star Jenny Martin finish- 
ing first. 

This race, clearly the highlight of the 
season for seniors Rosemine Occean and 
Mandy Moneyhun, the team's captains, was 
the result of a strongly unified team. 

According to Moneyhun. the team was 
"different than any other team I've been a 
member of — there was an unusual togeth- 
erness." 

Indeed, the girls' success came not only 
from individual motivation and a high work 
rate, but also from the frequent pre-game 



pasta parties and meetings. Although Cross 
Country is by nature a rather individual 
sport, this year's Cross-Country team was 
really "teamlike" Occean commented. 

When asked what the key to the team's 
success was, Jenny Martin reckoned that it 
all started in practice. "We take long runs a 
a pack, and we also follow traditional runs. 

Who knows whether togetherness is a 
function of success or success is dependant 
on togetherness — this team had both. 

The Newton North 1990 Girls Cross- 
Country team will always be remembered, 
not only by the members of the team, but 
by the entire Newton North community. 





Eyes on the prize -- Sophomore 
Parastou Sodager concentrates on 
her race. 

And they're off! -- Newton North 
and Framingham begin a race. 

Bearing left - Four tigers, 
sophomore Anna Doherty, junior 
Jen Rossman, junior Lisbeth Harris, 
and co-captain Roseniine Occean 
turn with the course. 



A talk with the coach -- Junior Lisbeth Harris discusses the run with coach Peter Martin. 

Just me and my shadow - Sophomore Jane Saczynski finds only one person can keep up with her. 



I 



Boys' X-Country 




The 1991 Boys' X-Country Team: Back Row: Hemant Anant. Brendon Mackay, John Blouin. Dave 
LeBlanc, Karl Munkelwitz, Dave Fiske, Chris ScorzelH, Mike Shishov, Dan Helfet-Hilliker, coach Jim 
Blackburn Front Row: Mike Dedekian, Justin Neisuler, David Lewis. Ben Worthe, Luke Reusser, and 

Dave Kilimnik 



SCOREBOARD 


9/13 


Norwood 


27-28 


9/17 


Bram,/Ded. 


20-39 






15-50 


9/24 


Fram. So. 


17-45 


9/27 


Fr. N./Need. 


19-41 






20-40 


10/2 


Milton 


15-48 


10/9 


Walp./Welles. 


26-29 






15-45 


10/16 


Natick 


20-41 


10/23 


Brookline 


16-43 


Totals: 


11-0 


210-409 



by Long Charkoudian 

In their first year in the Bay State 
League, the Boys' Cross-Country team 
finished their season 1 1-0, winning the 
League title. This was their most suc- 
cessful season in many years, and really 
rewarded the hard work the older mem- 
bers have put in over several seasons. 

Beating Walpole. last year's League 
Champs, was the most important and ex- 
citing race of the year, according to co- 
captain Chris ScorzelH. "We were just 
awesome." Scorzelli said. "We did 
better than we expected since we were 
entering a new, untested league. We 



certainly did not anticipate an undefeated 

season." 

On a team loaded with great runners, 
there was no real super-star. The top five 
runners were junior John Blouin, co- 
captains Dave LeBlanc and Scorzelli, 
sophomore Brendon Mackay, and senior 
Karl Munkelwitz. 

Blouin and Mackay were Leauge All- 
Stars. "We really came together as a team. 
It was never one runner alone, it was the 
entire team pulling to win the meets," 
LeBlanc said. 

According to Coach Jim Blackburn the 
Bay State League was more competitive 
than the Suburban League. However, with 



their success in the league, the Tigers went 
on to place sixth in the Catholic Memorial 
Meet and finished tenth out of twenty-eighi 
in the Division 1 State Meet. 

"Just about everyone was a major con- 
tributor to the team," Blackburn said. "\\ e 
had a great bunch of guys." With all their 
success, they managed to enjoy themseh es [ 

"We had a fantastic time," said Scorzelli 
"Even though it was a lot of hard work, w c 
always made the best of it." 

These roadsters certainly did make the J 
best of their first year in the league, and leni 
as one of the top ten teams in the state. I 



152 



lUirstinfj uheud - Tigci i ilnncrs respond to ihc gun and look lo take an early 

lead. 

Limber up with "Scu/." i Co-captain Chris Scor/.elli loosiciis up and dicanis 
about running like the winji. 




unior John Blouin and senior Dave Kilimnick pump 



Circle up! -- Co-captain I )ave LeBlanc leads preparatory stretches prior to 
practice at Cold Springs P; rk. 



Amidst thundering applause - Senior Karl Munkelwitz reverts to sonar 
lavigation in order to sense the approaching finish line. 



"I think I can..." - Despite great physical and emotional discomfort, 
sophomore Ben Worthe yearns for the finish line. 




53 



Cheerleaders 




The 1991 Cheerleading squad: 

Coach: Sandra Salvucci 
Captain: Holly Mclsaac 
Co-captains: Tara Rohanna 
Stefanie DeSantis 
Sara Mariano. Alexandra Zilber- 
man, Jennifer Mullen, Laura 
Cook, Beth Armstrong, Nicole 
Antonellis, Vicki Lucente, Joanna 
Cohen. Dina Vacca, Dina Sal- 
vucci, Kathy MacDonald. Becky 
Holcomb, Diana Butera, Kellie 
Morton, and tiger mascot Lisa 
Gallinelli. 



by Deb Satter 

"Our Newton North Cheerleaders 
deserve to be praised — these girls 
worked under adversity and had tremen- 
dous success." These words came from 
principal V. James Marini, and summa- 
rize the amazing achievements of the 
Cheerleading Squad. 

Due to budget cuts, returning coach 
Sandra Salvucci could not be paid by the 
school, cheerleading was no longer 
considered a varsity sport, and the team 
was not given transportation to games. 
Yet somehow they managed to continue 
their ways of excellence. 

With the support of the athletic de- 
partment, and under the guidance of 
Coach Salvucci, captain Holly Mclssac 



and co-captains Tara Rohanna and Stefanie 
DeSantis, the squad developed their per- 
formance and their cheers so highly that 
they placed 4th in the Division 1 State 
Competition. "This year was our first in 
Division 1." said Coach Salvucci. "it was a 
new experience for us and the girls per- 
formed well." 

They did so well that in addition to their 
4th place award in the State, they were 
invited to participate in an invitational 
competition in March at Myrtle Beach, 
South Carolina. 

And so began another struggle for the 
cheerleaders to raise funds through bake 
sales and solicitation, and each girl contin- 
ues to voluntarily donate $2.00 a week to 
help pay Coach Salvucci. 

"We still continue a lot of the same stuff 



that we did last year," said co-captain Tara 
Rohanna, "we've just worked a lot harder 
this year to make it all happen." 

This work ethic maintained the energy 
and excitement that Newton North has 
come to expect from the cheerleaders. The 
entire Newton North community raved 
about their achievements along with Coach 
Salvucci. "We had a great bunch of kids 
this year and they did a lot of extra work. 
Everyone has super attitudes. I don't think 
our situation will change next year (regard- 
ing budget cuts) but we'll be as positive as 
we can be." 

Certainly the cheerleaders can be proud 
of their 4th place finish in the Division 1 
State competition, their inivitation to South 
Carolina, and the excitement they brought 
to Tiger Football fans. 



Showtime -- The cheerleaders perform ai halflitiic. 
W innint; smile -- Junior Beth Amistrong pauses 
bclvvccii cheers lor a httle public relations. 




Halftime action - The cheerleaders go to work between halves. 

We are Super! - Captain Holly Mclssac and senior San Mariano let the crowd know what we are. 

Please let them win! -- Sophomore Dina Vacca does whit she can to help the team. 

Tiger talk - Sophomore Diana Butera gets some advice from the tiger, junior Lisa Gallanelli. 



155 



T-liay Game 




by David Travis 



On a cold Thanksgiving Day. the 
Tigers put on a spectacular show. How- 
ever, after leading the game through the 
entire third quarter, the football team 
finally succumbed to Brookline's supe- 
rior size and strength. 

The Tigers' tremendous effort against 
the powereful 7-2 Brookline squad won 
them much respect, if not a victory. "It 
certainly was a tremendous mismatch," 
said head coach Peter Capidolupo. 
"They had a more physical, more domi- 
nating offensive line, quick backs, and 
eventually they just wore us down." 

The scoring began in the middle of the 
first quarter, when Brookline's Jeremy 
Ross ran the ball 35 yards into North's 
endzone. Brookline failed in their 
attempt for a two-point conversion, and 
the score was 0-6. The Tigers, however, 
fought back. North took the lead in the 
second quarter as a result of a risky 
fourth down and goal attempt from the 
six yard line. 

Instead of a field goal. North opted to 
pass for the touchdown. Quarterback 




and co-captain Brandon Hehir cormected 
with senior Ted Dalicandro for six points, 
and V.J. Farina kicked the extra point. The 
Tigers took a shocking lead, 7-6. 

Brookline quickly responded with a four 
play 80-yard drive and another touchdown. 
Just as Capidolupo had predicted. 
Brookline was "a very explosive team, of- 
fensively." 

During this drive, lineman and co- 
captain Kamau Harris was injured, and was 
forced to watch from the sideline for the 
remainder of the game. This injury would 
prove to be a major setback for North as 
Brookline succeeded in converting the two- 
point conversion, and re-taking the lead, 7- 
14. 

Then the Tiger offense took over, and 
slowly pushed the Brookline defense back- 
wards, deep into their half. With one 
minute remaining in the half, junior David 
Lewis dodged the Brookline defense and 
ran the ball for a touchdown. In one of the 
most exciting plays of the game, the Tigers 
faked the one-point kick, Lewis took the 
ball wide and passed the ball to senior 
Vincent Simone in the end zone for two 
points. 



Miraculously, the Tigers were beating 
Brookline on sheer determination and 
effort, and the score at half-time was 15-14, 
Newton North. 

In fact, the Tigers led the game through 
the end of the third quarter, while the score 
remained the same, but Brookline ulti- 
mately asserted their superior strength and 
speed. 

Early in the fourth quarter. Brookline 
scored and converted for two points. The 
score was 15-22. They scored again five 
minutes later, monopolizing on an intercep- 
tion, and increased the lead to fifteen 
points. 

The final score was 15-35. "I give my 
crew a lot of credit," said Capidolupo. "We 
played with a lot of emotion and a lot of 
intensity — to score twice on a team that 
doesn't allow many touchdowns — to be 
ahead going into the fourth quarter! It was 
the kind of game where everything had to 
go right for us to win." 

Although the game didn't end in victory 
for the Tigers, the 6000 fans that attended 
the traditional football match-up wei^e 
entertained and thoroughly thrilled on an 
exciting Thanksgiving Day. 



Great game! -- Newton North fans enjoy the Tigers' 
Thanksgiving Day game against Brookhnc. 



(icntlemen as always - Newton and Brookline 

plax crs shake hands after the game 



Marching Band 




ist plain horny - Junior Josh McGuire plays a tune 
r the crowd. 

oing all out - Senior Mike Metz gives it his all on 
e trumpet. 



by Matt Laufer 

The Newton North Marching Band never 
failed to play a resounding pitch or pound 
an hypnotic beat for the Tig ers this year. 
The Band rallied the fans and the players at 
each football game this year, creating a 
high level of school spirit, pride, and 
enthusiasm. Led by Band Leader, Tom Le- 
onard, these musicians were well-known 
for their drum roll before each kickoff, their 
energetic rendition of the National Anthem 
and such songs as The Bass Cheer and 
Peter Gunn's Theme. 

The Marching Band braved the cold 
day in and day out and never failed to grip 
their freezing metal instruments and let it 
rip for the Tigers. They perfected an 
exciting and dramatic half-time show which 
featured the three dancing bass players, 
David Travis, Peter Kassakian, and Michael 
Arick; the formation of the school's N and 
the opposing teams' letter; and the piping of 
such tunes as the 1812 Overture and the 
Pigskin Polka. "Because of the budget cuts 



we missed the away games", said Senior 
drummer David Travis, "but we had a 
great deal of fun at all the other games. 
There was a lot of enthusiasm and talent, 
and we made some good music, and put 
on some good shows." 

When asked about the atmosphere in 
the Marching Band, senior Peter Kas- 
sakian was impressed with the talent and 
commitment, but more importantly, the 
friendly behavior of all involved. "The 
senior veterans helped us new guys out, 
whether it was with technical demonstra- 
tion or a little encouragement — you 
know, a pat on the butt, or something like 
that. The leadership was certainly there, 
from the players the coaches." Travis 
summed up the fun. successful season. 
"This was my fourth and final year in 
Marching Band, and the training I re- 
ceived from Newton North, and specifi- 
cally Mr. Leonard should help me secure 
a top spot in my college Marching Band." 





Poised for action - Seniors Pete Kassakian, Dave Tra\ is, and Mike Arick are ready to go to work 



Little drummer boy - Senior Mike Arick bangs out a tiger beat. 



r CWh 




Tarzan -- Gymnastics co-captain David Falcoff prepares a stunt on the high bar as coach Dave Simkins spot 




Sports.,, 



)y Tara Aliotta and 
Caitie Murphy 

Coming off an extremely successful 
all season, North's winter athletic teams 
vere determined to make their mark on 
he Bay State League. The Tigers' 
)ersevered, surviving rigorous training, 
ong practices, and tough competition, 
)roving themselves as challenging 
contenders. 

Upstairs in the S.O.A., boys' and girls' 
ndoor track and boys' and girls' gym- 
lastics trained hard to match up to the 
;ompetition. Both track teams, coming 
)ff successful fall seasons, had high 
expectations. With a new coach, girls' 
gymnastics hoped to improve upon last 
/ear's performance, and the boys wanted 
0 better their 6-3 1990 season. 

Down in the lower gym, girls' and 
i)oys' basketball sweated through train- 



ing, setting their eyes on the State 
Tournament. 

With an abundance of new blood 
and many veterans, the Wrestling team 
weighed in and began to brush up on 
old skills and master new moves for the 
tough season ahead. 

Down in the pool, Tiger swimmers 
eagerly got in shape to continue suc- 
cessfully in the Bay State League. 

Up and out on the ice before dawn, 
our Hockey players prepared both 
mentally and physically for a slippery 
season. 

So the scene was set — all the Tigers 
were ready and waiting to establish 
their teams as ones to be reckoned 



/ 





At the gun -- Two Tigers take off together. 

\ Human knot — Wrestling tri-captain Bobby 

Edmonston tries to untangle two of his teammates. 

Poised - Girls' gymnastics co-captain Deb Lifson 
sets up her dismount from the beam. 

Lay-up - Senior Tory Clemente soars above the 
competition. 



159 



Boys' Indoor Track 



by Krister Johnson 

Most track teams this winter simply 
wanted to get as good a team together as 
they could, and have a successful season. 
But North's Boys track team wanted much, 
much more. Coming off a perfect 11-0 
Cross Country season, the boys aimed at 
winning the Bay State League Champion- 
ship. The team came just short of that goal, 
finishing second in the league with a 7-2 
record. The boys finished just behind 
Natick and Brookline who tied for first. 

While the final results of the season may 
have been a disappointment for some, it did 
not take away from one of the most exciting 
and controversial seasons ever. The fight 
for the title began at the first meet of the 
year, against Natick. Both teams knew that 
it would be a nerve-wracking, close meet, 
and it was. The meet came down to the 
final race of the day, which Natick won, 
gaining that important win. 

The boys' next seven meets were a 
"breeze" according to senior runner, David 
Kilimnik. Of course, this breezy stretch 
was achieved through countless hours of 



dedicated and spirited preparation. The last 
meet of the season was against Brookline, 
one of North's lontime track rivals. 
Brookline was competing for a share of the 
title with Natick. Natick was 8-1, and 
Brookline needed to beat the Tigers to 
match that mark for the season. Brookline 
had previously dropped a contoversial meet 
with Braintree, in which a Brookline 
runner collided with North's David Fiske 
(who was competeing with Natick simulta- 
neously), and the result was a penalty 
against Brookline — the controversial deci- 
sion cost them the meet. 

Both North and Brookline knew that 
their final meet would be extremely close. 
According to Kilimnik, North was ready. 
"We had the most energy and spirit ever at 
that meet. We were ready for them." 
While everyone knew that the meet would 
be close, no one could have anticipated 
such a battle. Dan Helfet-Hilliker won the 
300 easily, but was disqualified for cutting 
into the premier lane of the track too early. 
According to Coach Jim Blackburn, the call 
was a bad decision by the officials, and 
many supported Coach Blackburn's judge- 



ment. "The violation was not material to 
the outcome of the race," said Blackburn. 
"It was a questionable call." The penalty 
cost North 5 points, enough to give 
Brookline the win and the league champi- 
onship. 

Still, co-captain Chris Scorzelli did not 
call the season a disappointment. "It would 
have been nice to win another champion- 
ship, but we had such a great season, any- 
way. It was quite a season." Coach Black- 
bum was pleased with the team's depth. H 
cited the consistently superior performance 
of junior John Blouin who placed second i 
the league meet and represented North at 
the State meet. Blackburn also praised the 
effort of the co-captains, Scorzelli and 
Fiske, seniors Jon Lesser. Jake Marshall. 
Dave Ledger, Karl Munkelwitz, David 
LeBlank, and juniors Brendon Mackay and 
Steve Fischback. Overall, it was another 
gratifying season for the Boys Indoor Tract 
team. Perhaps the loss of this title will only 
energize the returning runners in the spring 
and the next year. However, the team ran 
with class and finesse and dignity through 
all the contoversy and struggle. 




SCOREBOARD 



The 1991 Boys' Track team: Back Row; Dave Kilimnik, Mike Dedekian, Rob Gannon, Dave 
LeBlanc, Matt Pappas, John Blouin, Chris Mensioan, Brendan Mackay, Mike Uttaro. Dan Helfet- 
Hilliker, Louis Chang Front Row: Coach Jim Blackburn, Steve Fischback, Karl Munkelwitz, Chris 
Scorzelli, Dave Fiske, Jake Marshall, and Jon Lesser. 



12/11 


Natick 


41- 


-45 


12/11 


Fram. No. 


68- 


-18 


12/18 


Milton 


58- 


-28 


12/28 


Wellesley 


76- 


-6 


1/8 


Fram. So. 


63- 


-23 


1/15 


Braintree 


61- 


-25 


1/17 


Dedham 


66- 


-16 


1/23 


Needham 


77- 


-9 


1/29 


Brookline 


41- 


-45 



Totals: 7-2 



551-215 



Lift those knees! - Junior Jake Marshall glides through the first hurdle. 

"How many more laps left?" -- Sophomore Brendon Mackay Inn .lies up ihe grueling two mile race. 
Up, up and away! -- Senior Dave Fiske tries to gel an exua inch v 




Girls' Indoor Track 



by Veronica Rogers 



The Girls' Indoor Track team showed 
their stuff this winter and ran away with 
their first-ever Indoor State Championship 
title. At the end of the season the Tiger girls 
achieved so many titles and shattered so 
many old records that assistant coach David 
Banks could only say, "It was the best 
season in the history of the school." 

While there has always been a high 
standard of performance among our Girls' 
Track team, this team provided the depth 
and results that deserved nothing but the 
State Championship. "Our kids worked 
hard to achieve," stated Banks. The sturdy 
frame of this team included co-captains 
Tara Aliotta and Rosemine Occean. The 
team was coached by Peter Martin, Banks 
and Joe Tranchita. 

From the veteran seniors to the eager 
freshmen, excellence was distributed 
throughout the team. The tigers were 



undefeated in the regular season, with a 
final record of 9-0. 

The girls also won the Class A Tourna- 
ment relays, with first place finishes in the 
mile, sprint medly, hurdlse and shot put 
relays. The shot put relay team beat 
Brockton for the frist time in eighteen 
years, while in the mile relay team set a 
school record. 

Senior Beth DePasquale came in third in 
the hurdles for the Class A Divisonals and 
came in sixth in the State Tournament. 
Junior Tanya Jones was an individual 
powerhouse as she collected a first place 
title in the 300 at the Class A Divisional. 
Sophomore Jenny Martin won the Class A 
mile and came in third in the State mile. 

The teams for the mile relay consisting 
of Aliotta, junior Lisbeth Harris, Jones and 
Occean and placed second in the state divi- 
sionals and first in the State championships. 



The two mile team of Harris, Martin, 
Occean and junior Jen Rossman also won 
the State Championship. 

Both Harris and Occean placed fourth 
and fifth respectivly in their individual 
races of the 600 and 1000 meter in the 
Class A Divisional. 

The year was undoubtedly a successful 
one. "This was my last year and it ended 
with a bang," said Aliotta. 

The switch to the larger Bay State 
League made it possible for the deep pool 
of contributors to give the most they could, 
and really strut their strides for the whole 
state to see. 

With the strong remaining underclass- 
men, the Tiger girls will be able to continue 
their success in the future, and hopefully 
break more and more records. Could 
anyone expect less? 




The 1991 Girls' Indoor Track Team: Back Row: Assistant coach Joe Tranchita, Lisbeth Harris, 
Maxine Inniss, assistant coach David Banics, Jane Saczynski, Marsha Inniss, Tomika Cribb. Mindy 
Herrin, Debbie Lewenberg, Jamie Udler, coach Peter Martin Thrid Row: Honora Englander, Tanya 
Jones, Beth Freitas. Christina Mariani, Laura Greenberg, Meg Kassakian, Michele McMiilen, Joanna 
D'Afflitti, Michelle D'Agostino, Marsha Gilmore Second Row: Tara Aliotta. Beth DePasquale. Rachel 
Therin, Amy Dain, Parastou Sodagar, Beth-Ann D'Agostino, Jenny Martin, Anna Doherty, Katie Reppert 
Front Row: Rosemine Occean, Jen Rossman, Miriam Scorzelli and Lisa Mir. 



SCOREBOARD 


12/11 


Natick 


61-25 


12/18 


Fram. No. 


56-30 


12/21 


Milton 


66-20 


12/28 


Wellesley 


61-19 


1/8 


Fram. So. 


66-20 


1/15 


Braintree 


58-28 


1/17 


Dedham 


57-27 


1/23 


Needham 


49-23 


1/29 


Brook line 


62-24 


Total: 


9-0 


536-196 





Dash to Victory! -- Exhibiting the raw speed of a sprinter, sophomore Michele McMillan reaches for the 

finish line. 

Heaving the shot -- Freshman Tomika Cribb concentrates her thoughts and energies into a record put. 




Leaping over the hurdles - Sopho- 
more Laura Greenberg stretches past 
the hurdle with perfect form. 

The long road -- Junior Lisa Mir 
pounds the track, lap after lap. 

Keeping her eyes on the prize - 

Junior Lisbeth Harris strides with great 
power and finesse, hoping for yet 
another victory. 

Pump those arms! -- Junior Amy 
Dain strains for her best performance 
possible. 




Boys' Swimming 



by Matt Shufro 

This year the Swim Team competed for 
the first time in the highly competitive Bay 
State League. Despite the tough competi- 
tion, the team ended up with an astonishing 
9-1 record, placing second in the league 
behind Wellesley, and shocking the new 
league in an outrageous fashion. 

"We did really well considering the fact 
that we were in a new and much harder 
league this year," tri-captain Coby Rein- 
hardt said. "We lost some talented swim- 
mers last year, but because of the great 
depth of our team, as well as the consistent 
performances of some outstanding indi- 
viduals, we were able to do much better 
than we expected." 

Many of the swim team members swam 
well enough to compete in the State meet. 
Co-captain Bill Spalding swam in the 50, 
100, 200 and 400 Free-Style Relay, in 
which he placed tenth. Co-captain Reza 
Sarkarati took part in the 200 and 400 Free- 



Style Relay. Senior Alejanoro Caminos 
participated in the 50, 100, 200 and 400 
Free-Style Relay. Sophomore Matt 
Swensson participated in the State in the 
50, 200 freestyle, 200 free relay, and 400 
free relay. Sophomore Jamal Van Putten 
competed in the State Diving Meet after an 
outstanding season of elegance in the air. 

Not only did the team benefit from the 
excellent performances of individual 
swimmers, but it also benefited from a 
strong sense of team spirit and camaraderie. 

According to coach Chris "Doc" Jones, 
"The upperclassmen were willing to 
sacrifice for younger swimmers by helping 
them out and including them in various 
swimming events. This makes for good 
team continuity." 

Jones cited seniors Nick Leavy, Ken 
Kwa, Joe Yin, and Adam Payne and juniors 
Mike King, Noah Reinhardt, Rob Tong, 
Andrew Pinkowitz, and Marty Dietrich as 



extremely strong swimmers. 

"This year we had one of the strongest 
teams Newton North has ever had," Jones 
declared, referring to the tremendous depth 
in every swimming event. This depth not 
only paid off in a 9-1 record, but in North's 
first win against Brookline in ten years. 

Beating Brookline was undoubtedly the I 
highlight of the season. "The win was 
especially important to the seniors," said 
Jones. Senior Joe Yin will savor the victon 
for a long time. "We haven't beaten 
Brookline since I've been in the high 
school. We've come real close a few times, 
but they've always nipped us by a few 
points. This year, my senior year, we swan" 
like a machine and sent them home frown- 
ing!" Yin said. 

With a large and talented team. North's 
swimmers were able to make their first 
season in the Bay State League one of the 
most exciting, memorable and fulfilling 
ever. 




The 1991 Boys' Swim Team: Back Row: Rich Mii liss, Ken Kwa, Tom Taylor. Marty Dicinch. John 
Lehr, Noah Reinhardt, Rob Tong, Andy Pinkowitz Middle Row: Coach Chris Jones, coach Jay Snape, 
Alex Brown, Dave Bayer, Tim Fallon, Matt Swensson, Nate MacDonald, Adam Payne, Brendon Snyder. 
Marco D'Avignon, Nick Leavy, Coby Reinhardt, Reza Sarkarati, Bill Spalding, Alejanoro Caminos, Saul 

Lookner Front Row: Ken Lyons. Yuan Liu, Jon Taqqu, Crispin Gilbert, John Oliver, Pete McCarthy. 

Pat Goodwin, and Ricardo Davila. 



SCOREBOARD 


12/18 


Lowell 


115-70 


1/4 


Natick 


98-87 


1/8 


Westwood 


101-70 


1/11 


Fram. No. 


105-7S 


1/11 


Waltham 


122-50 


1/15 


Wellesley 


77-100 


1/18 


Fram. So. 


\02-l> 


1/25 


Brockton 


99-87 


2/1 


Needham 


99-84 


2/5 


Brookline 


98-8^> 


Total: 


9-1 


1016-8(^' 



I/' 



i 164 



Geronimo! -- Senior Billy Spalding sucks in the gul and stretches for the water, siariinj: his lee of North's rvlav 




Boys' Basketball 



by Josh Borus 

The boys' basketball team followed up 
last year's successful season with another 
string of excellent performances, finishing 
13-4, and securing a strong second place in 
the Carey Division of the Bay State League. 

They were second only to long-time Sub- 
urban league rival Brookline. For most of 
the season, the Tigers maintained a spot in 
the Boston Globe's Eastern Mass. Top-Ten 
list, and entered the State Tourney, offi- 
cially seeded 3rd in the South Section. 

The Tigers came on strong towards the 
end of the season, finishing with wins in 8 
of their last 9 games, the sole loss a heart- 
breaker to Brookline that would have given 
the Tigers a share of the league title. 

The team was led by senior captains 
Brian Rooney and Brandon Hehir, as well 
as seniors Tory Clemente and Chad Dixon, 
and junior John Churchill. Seniors Matt 
Laufer and Bill Cowin, and juniors David 
Lewis and Eric Busa provided vital help 



coming off the bench. 

Highlights of the season include a tense, 
hard-fought game against Brookline at 
home, in which the Tigers defeated their 
highly-touted arch-rival in overtime in front 
of a boisterous crowd. Another highlight 
was in the State Tourney where the squad 
fought for a victory over the tough Boston 
English team. 

After a first round bye and a second 
round win over Boston English, the Tigers' 
season ended short in the third round at 
Braintree with a valiant effort against 
Brookline. The Tigers suffered their sec- 
ond defeat of the season at the hands of the 
Brookline hoopsters in a close, emotional 
game. With starter Hehir out due to injury, 
and coupled with an unusually poor shoot- 
ing effort from the foul stripe, the Tigers 
could not overcome a tough Brookline 
opponent and some disputable officiating. 
When Rooney was fouled out of the game 



early in the second half, the Tigers tried 
desperately to make up for their fallen 
leaders. 

Although the season ended too short for 
the Tigers, the year was still rife with 
success and excitement for the Newton 
community. Both Dixon and Churchill 
were league all-stars, and Clemente was 
named the Most Valuable Player of the 
league. 

When asked to sum up the season, 
captain, and four-year letterman Rooney 
said, "We really had the talent this year. 
Tory had a phenomenal season, Chad 
played tough, and Church (Churchill) 
stepped up and played real big, improving 
drastically. Brandon and Lauf (Laufer) 
came through all season — we had the 
necessary components, but we just couldn' 
win those big games for whatever reasons. 
Despite this, we still had a great season 
with a lot of great memories." 




The 1991 Boys' Basketball Team: Back Row: Coach Jerry Phillips, coach Tom McNiff, Chris 
Ford, Nate Sigel. John Churchill, Joe Blanchard, Eric Busa, coach Joe Siciliano Front Row: Chad 
Dixon, Matt Laufer, Billy Cowin, Brandon Hehir, Tory Clemente and David Lewis. 



SCOREBOARD 



12/11 


Fram. No. 


77-56 


12/14 


Braintree 


64-43 


12/18 


Milton 


67-76 


12/21 


Natick 


66-55 


12/28 


Fram. So. 


44-48 


1/4 


Wellesley 


69-54 


1/8 


Needham 


70-37 


1/11 


Dedham 


62-43 


1/15 


Brockton 


70-66 


1/18 


Brookline 


62-54 


1/22 


Fram. No. 


70-44 


1/25 


Braintree 


53-52 


1/29 


Brockton 


55-45 


2/1 


Walpole 


60-55 


2/5 


Natick 


57-52 


2/8 


Norwood 


89-50 


2/12 


Needham 


66-42 


2/15 


Brookline 


66-75 


Totals: 


15-3 


1035-950 



166 



'He came to play" -- Senior speedster Tory Clemente performs his tricks taking 
he ball craftily to the hoop. 



Reaching; for the bucket -- Senior big-man Chad Dixon looks lo Hip the ball 
past the outstretched defender as Tdix C I . Dh Mio looks on. 




Tweet!! - Senior Matt Laufer is hacked as he looks 
to dunk the ball past his Needham opponent. 



Finding a way -- Co-captain Brandon Hehir gets his 
shot off between two would -be defenders. 

Kickin' in the "D" - Co-captain Brian Rooney 
looks to strip the ball from his stallion opponent. 

You're kidding me! - Senior 3-man Billy Cow in is 
disgusted with the ref s call and lets us all know it. 



167 




Girls' Basketball 



by Dan Finkelstein 

Propelled by the strong leadership of its 
seniors as well as the substantial improve- 
ment of the younger players, the Girls' 
Basketball team capped off a 9-9 season to 
finish third in the demanding Bay State's 
Carey Division, just short of a State tourna- 
ment berth. 

"I didn't know what to expect coming 
into this season," coach Irene Cucina- 
Clancy said. "We had two sophomores in 
the starting line-up and I felt that we were 
pretty inexperienced as a team. 

"However, both sophomores, Caitlin 
Feeney and Tracy Scott, as well as junior 
Claudia Schnipper improved dramatically 
and I was pleased with how things worked 
out." 

According to senior Michelle Sonia, a 
co-captain along with senior Beth Tormey, 
the integral players on this year's squad had 
the advantage of having played together the 



previous year. 

"We were all fairly familiar with each 
other's style of play after having played 
together for a couple of years." 

The Tigers showed that when things 
clicked they could be a very dangerous 
team. They were able to hold host Brock- 
ton, at the time rated first in the state, to a 
one point halftime lead. 

hi addition, the girls pulled off an upset 
43-3 1 win over a highly touted and previ- 
ously undeafeated Natick Squad. The 
Tigers fought ferociously, and performed 
very well. Offensively, the team was able 
to score consistently, and defensively, the 
team levelled a ferocious defense on the 
Stallions that held them to few offensive 
opportunities. 

"We came into the Natick game as 
underdogs, but we really played as a team," 
Sonia said. "Everybody really wanted that 
game and everyone played team above self. 
The kids who were on the bench really 



cheered on the people on the floor, while 
the people in the game were doing anything 
to win." 

Both Scott and Tormey were named to 
the Bay State League All-Star team. Scott 
was named to the first team, recognized for 
her skills as a point-guard, while Tormey 
was a second-team all-league center. 

The team was prepared for a tough, 
grueling season in the new league. They 
battled new foes like Natick and Braintree. 
along with old-time rivals like Brookline 
and Brockton. Cucina-Clancy cited both 
the desirable talent and character of this 
year's squad as factors which propelled the 
team throughout the season. 

"This team worked very hard, and they 
learned not to take things too seriously and 
to keep things in perspective," she said. 

"They were a pretty close group of kids 
and each one put forth their best effort 
during the course of the season." 




The 1991 Girls' Basketball Team: Back Row: Coach Maureen Ackerly, Laura Port, Lori Gannon, 
Loryn Nash, Tamika Taylor, Claudia Schnipper, Lissy Linsenmayer. Caitie Feeney. Gena St. Louis, 

Kim Salemme, Coach Irene Cucina-Clancy. Coach Mike Coppola Front Row: Tracy Scott, Liz 
Hartner, Karen Ross, Michelle Sonia. Beth Tormey, Sarah Elinsin, Rachel Conn, Govinda Sumberg 



SCOREBOARD 



12/11 


Fram. No. 


40-3:^ 


12/14 


Braintree 


27-41 


12/18 


Milton 


33-41 


12/21 


N^itick 


43-4 1 


12/28 


Fram. So. 


41-3" 


1/4 


Wellesley 


41-33 


1/8 


Needham 


26-43 


1/11 


Dedham 


4S-2> 


1/15 


Brockton 


31-34 


1/18 


Brookline 


55-3: 


1/22 


Fram. No. 


42-20 


1/25 


Braintree 


38-52 


1/29 


Brockton 


33-53 


2/1 


Walpole 


42-55 


2/5 


Natick 




2/8 


Norwood 


41-58 


2/12 


Needham 


61-54 


2/15 


Brookline 


41-:- 


Totals: 


9-9 


1035-9.^( 




Maintaining Possession -- Sophomore Caitie Feeney holds on lo the ball, in the 
midst of her enthusiastic opponents. 



Driving to the hoop --Senior Li/ lia.i.ici |., . .1 head down and, 
pounding the ball to the floor, heads for the paini. 





Wrestling 



by Jeff Kahn 

and Cardigan Phillips 

The Wrestling team ended the year with 
a sohd 14-9 record, quite a good season, 
according to head Coach Paul Murphy. 

"The seniors had outstanding individual 
records," said Murphy, "and the underclass- 
men showed great promise." 

Co-captain Arlo Laitin credited the 
team's work ethic for the successful cam- 
paign. 

"This was the hardest working team that 
I have been on at North," said Laitin. "Ev- 
eryone put in a lot of effort, and it paid off." 

According to Murphy, the team was led 
by it's three captains, seniors Bob Edmon- 
ston, Dan Finkelstein and Laitin. However, 
there were few experienced wrestlers on the 
team besides the captains. 

Because of this, younger wrestlers such 
as sophomores Chuck Bell and Matt 
Chisolm helped to lead the team. Other 
varsity wrestlers included sophomores 



Doug Straley and Nate Omstein, junior Phil 
Garland, freshman Chang Han, and seniors 
Rich Rosen and Dan Housman, whom 
Coach Murphy called the "unsung heroes" 
of the team. 

Despite being a young team, the Tigers 
performed well, according to Edmonston. 

"At first the younger wrestlers weren't 
very confident," said Edmonston, "but they 
all improved greatly as the season went 
along." 

According to Finkelstein, the highlight of 
the season was North's 30 to 26 win over 
perennial rival, Waltham. 

"We knew going into the meet that it was 
going to be a battle, "captain Finkelstein 
said. "It was real close, but in the end we 
pulled it out. That was definitely the best 
moment for the team this season." 

Another highlight of the year, according 
to Laitin was a resounding victory over 
Brookline at home, the last meet of the 



year. 

North's wrestlers did not only do well in 
the regular season alone. The squad had 
four wrestlers place in the sectionals. 
Finkelstein, Edmonston, and Garland each 
placed third, and Laitin placing sixth. Gar- 
land, Finkelstein, and Edmonston went on 
to wrestle in the State Meet. 

The young team had to work hard this 
year in order to excel, and although the 
practices were tough, the rewards were 
obvious. Each extra push-up the Tiger 
grapplers could muster, each extra lap they 
could run, and each extra stair they could 
climb was recieved with much encourage- 
ment and obvious benefit. 

The extra effort should pay off for next 
season— Murphy is delighted to have most 
of the team returning. 

"This team has a lot of potential," said 
Edmonston, "and they have a really good, 
strong future." 




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The 1991 Wrestling Team: Top Row: Coach Dave McDonald, Massimo Luongo. Chang Han. 
Brandon Doyle, Jay Lichtman, Atan Gvans. Jerry McLaughlin, Chris Ingemi, Frank Foley. Will 
Fredian, Coach Paul Murphy Middle Row: Trainer Kerry Aleman, Chuck Bell, Alfonso Sydney. 
Shawn Tubman, Phil Garland, Dakota LaCroix, Paul Schmidt, Nate Omstein, Doug Straley, Dan 
Freedberg, Matt Leber, Matt Chisolm Bottom Row: Dan Housman, Arlo Laitin, Dan Finkelstein, Bob 
Edmonston, Chuck Harris, and Rich Rosen. 



SCOREBOARD 


12/14 


Norwood 


39-36 


12/18 


Walpole 


15-53 


12/21 


L/S 


48-11 


12/27 


Minuteman 


52-18 


1/3 


Maiden 


12-49 


1/8 


Natick 


18-45 


1/12 


Waltham 


30-26 




Lexington 


53-18 


1/15 


Milton 


31-38 


1/19 


Pram. No. 


31-39 


1/22 


Wellesley 


31-29 


1/26 


Pram. So. 


31-28 


1/29 


Braintree 


45-24 


2/1 


Dedham 


44-21 




Scituate 


39-36 


2/5 


Needham 


45-17 


2/9 


Newton So. 


12-47 


2/12 


Brookline 


18-50 


Totals: 


11-7 


594-535 




Death by Dakota -- New tiger, 
senior iJakola LaCroix presses his 
opponent into a pinning combina- 
tion. 

On the prowl -- Senior Rich Rosen 
stalks his prey. 

Kouabun^a! - Tiger wrestlers 
dive into a pig-pile, psyching up for 
the meet ahead. 





Get off me - 

Sophomore 
Doug Straley 
removes his 
opponent's 
hands, taking 
the initiative in 
his match. 



(Jilligan - Co-captain Bobby Edmonston grasps for leverage to turn his unlucky 
opponent. 



Arlooooo! - Co-captain Ado Laiten attempts to reverse his 
opponent. 



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Boys' Gymnastics 



by David Travis 

"Vini, Vidi, Vici," said David Simkins, 
head coach of the Boys Gymnastics team, 
when asked to briefly characterize the 1991 
season. They came, they saw, they con- 
quered, and they had a great time doing it. 

But wait! It was a losing season! 
Where's the catch? At first glance, the 
Tigers' 4-8 record seems unimpressive, but 
the season was a remarkable triumph for 
many reasons. 

This year, the boy gymnasts were thrust 
into one of the strongest leagues in New 
England, including five of the highest 
scoring teams in the entire region. These 
were powerhouse teams filled with gym- 
nasts who competed all year round. The 
Tiger gymnasts were underdogs if ever 
there were underdogs. 

"It was as if we were facing an insur- 
mountable task every time we competed," 
said Simkins, "but we gave each team a run 
for their money. Our team racked up more 



points than we have in several years." 

With the leadership of junior AU- 
American Jeremy Baryza and senior co- 
captains Dave Falkoff and V.J. Farina, both 
honorable mention All-Americans, the 
Tigers earned respect and recognition as 
tough competitors who came out to win. 

Consisting of mostly underclassmen, the 
team started out the season green and 
inexperienced, but by the end of the season, 
their improvement was dramatic. Perform- 
ances improved, scores increased, and the 
level of enthusiasm steadily improved. 

Farina commented that "the most re- 
warding thing during the season was 
watching the less experienced kids improve 
as much as they did." 

Falkoff added that "the underclassmen 
were really enthusiastic and everybody was 
really supportive of each other. We all 
worked hard to make the team the best it 
could be and have a lot of fun while we 



were doing it." 

Highlights of the season include defeat- 
ing Newton South by two points, and 
hosting the league meet. The league meet 
was a grand event, with hundreds of 
participants and spectators that packed the 
SOA. There was a level of excitement 
rarely reached in gymnastics. 

"It felt great to beat our old nemesis, and 
the league meet was a remarkable success." 
said Simkins. 

Whether just hanging around on the 
mats, perfecting a routine, or competing in 
a meet, the boys gymnastics team worked 
with a great attitude, and perservered 
through difficult times. And so it seems 
that the Boys gymnastics team did, in fact, 
conquer, and managed to enjoy themselves 
in the process. 

"We had a good time in everything we 
did," said Farina. 




SCOREBOARD 



The 1991 Boys' Gymnastics Team: Back Row: Coach Dave Simkins. Oscar Molina, Andy Demoura, 
Dan Stephen, Titon Hoque, Jeremy Baryza, Jose Garcia, V.J. Farina Front Row: Jack Chang, Leonid 
Dvorson, Nath Mann, Josh Meyer, David Falkoff, and Kalpen Upahdyay, 



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12/20 


Andover 


111.8- 


92.5 


1/4 


Burlington 


102.2- 


84.0 


1/11 


Bos. Eng. 
L/S 


102.2- 
104.9- 


105.2 
102.2 


1/18 


Algonquin 
Londonbury 


103.9- 
103.9- 


119.4 
120.0 


1/22 


Act/Box 
Braintree 


105.7- 
106.0- 


130.0 
105.7 


1/29 


Attleboro 


108.4- 


128.8 


2/8 


Newton So. 


98.7-116.4 


Totals: 48 


1047.7- 


1103.7 



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What's up, Jose? -- Junior Jose Gaicia grips the rings tor dear life, maintain- 
ing a smile, as usual. 

Slicing leg cuts -- Junior all-around-expert Jeremy Bar>'za exhibits perfect 
fonn in his high-flying pommel-horse presentation. 

YAAAA! - Junior Jack Chang is shot out of a cannon in the S.O.A. 



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Girls' Gymnastics 



I 



by Deb Satter 

Budget cuts affected many Newton 
North Athletic teams this winter, and the 
Girls' Gymnastics team was no exception. 
Left with only one coach, team members 
were forced to teach one another new skills 
while at the same time perfecting their own. 

"Wfth only one coach, each gymnast's 
responsibility to the team was greater than 
in past years", said co-captain Irena Lieber- 
man. 

It was clearly going to be a challenging 
season, but the Tigers did not shy away 
from that challenge. The Tigers showed 
continuous improvement throughout the 
season, placing 5th in the Bay State Leau- 
gue Meet, in which they scored a season- 
high of 1 13 points. 

"At the start of the season we set a lot of 
realistic goals and objectives," Coach 
Marcie Gilbert said. "The team's com- 
mittment and camaraderie helped us to 
meet most of them. 



Most importantly, however, the girls 
enjoyed each other and enjoyed being a part 
of the team." This teamwork and enthusi- 
asm triggered constant improvement within 
the team. 

The Tigers will be losing some key 
performers in co-captains Lieberman and 
Deb Lifson, and senior Elyssa Aronson. 
Yet the future looks bright for North as a 
trio of young standouts will be returning 
next year. Along with other talented 
gymnasts, juniors Beth Armstrong and Mi- 
randa Barrows, and sophomore Meredith 
Orren, will all be back. "The season was 
just a whole lot of fun for everybody. 
Everyone got better, helping each other, 
and working real hard. The upperclassmen 
were strong leaders for the younger gym- 
nasts, so the program looks really bright for 
the future," said Lifson. 

Gilbert hopes to continue to develop the 
program. This year she introduced a junior 



varsity program to allow underclassmen to 
have the opportunity to improve their skills 
for future competition. 

Despite the positive outlook, coach 
Gilbert expressed the desire to have more 
skilled gymnasts entering the high school, 
so the team could become more competitivcj 
in the league and in the state. j 

"It would be beneficial to aquire some 
new freshmen who, prior to joining the i 
team at the high school, already possess 
advanced gymnastic skills," she said. 

As with many other athletic programs in 
Newton North, the staff is constantly 
looking for improvement. The girls gym- 
nastics team is already good, and Gilbert 
hopes to make it great. Even if Gilbert has 
to mold rookie gymnasts in the future, the 
result will no doubt be positive and reward- 
ing as it always has been. It is said that 
with dedication and enthusiasm the possi- 
bilities for a team are endless. The Tiger 
girls certainly proved it this year. 




The 1991 Girls' Gymnastics Team: On balance beam: Meredith Orren, Robin Shostack, Rachel 

Goldsmith, Beth Armstrong. Elyssa Aronson, Kris Miler, Yani Kilpatrick, Daneille Ferzacca 
Standing: Coach Marcie Gilbert, Martha Quebec, Miranda Barrows, Deb Lifson, Irena Liebennan, 
Lilian Pulsone, Deva Liebermann, and Stephanie Mandell. 



SCOREBOARD 



12/17 


Newton So. 


100.75-103.75 


1/4 


Wayland 


102.15-106.50 


1/8 


Walpole 


102.55-92.90 


1/11 


Acton-Boxboro 


95.55-114.90 


1/15 


Fram. No. 


96.00-130.60 


1/22 


Wellesley 


98.55-120.50 


1/29 


Braintree 


100.15-116.15 


2/1 


Lincoln-Sudbury 


105.85-122.85 


2/5 


Needham 


104.60-110.70 


2/8 


Brookline 


1 10.3-89.05 


Totals: 2 8 


1016.55-1 107.(K1 



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NISSEN 





strike the pose - Senior Elyssa 
Aronson gracefully holds her 
position on the beam. 



Reaching for the sky -- Junior 
Miranda Barrows maintains a 
beautiful line of balance. 

Oh yeah?!? -- Senior Yani Kilpa- 
trick argues her opinion for her floor 
exercise routine. 




Smiling Symmetry -- The Senior contingent of Tiger gymnasts stands tall. 

Balancing on the bars -- Co-captain Deb Lifson looks ahead for her next 
move on the uneven bars. 

Upside down! - Co-captain Irena Lieberman displays her long, beautiful 
lines during her balance beam competition. 



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by Dan Finkelstein 

Under the leadership of coach Jack 
Heavey, this year's Hoci<^ey squad showed 
incredible poise when up against adversity. 

Ending the season with a come-from- 
behind win over league champion 
Brookline and an overtime tournament 
victory over Central Catholic, the Tigers 
proved to be toughest when others would 
have probably given up. 

"It was a really great season," Coach 
Heavey said. "This team did everything 
that was asked of them. They showed a lot 
of character and a lot of heart." 

Guided by the strong leadership of its co- 
captains, senior Chris Cuccinotta, the teams 
only senior, and junior Dennis Burke, the 
Tigers began the season with a 13-1 run. 

"Chris and Dennis were super leaders," 
Heavey said. "They proved to be tremen- 
dous role models, both on and off the ice." 

The Tigers advanced to the quarterfinals 
of the state tournament where they lost to 
Don Bosco, a perennial power from the 
mighty Catholic Conference, ending the 



season at 15-4 and second in the Carey 
Division of the Bay State League. 

"We had a great season," Cuccinotta 
said. "We played well from the start, but I 
didn't expect us to finish second in the 
league." 

The Tigers had five players named to the 
Bay State League All-Star team. Both 
Burke, the league's leading scorer with 28 
goals and 27 assists, and Cuccinotta were 
first team all-stars, along with junior Doug 
Gentile (18 goals, 26 assists). Juniors Marty 
Clapton and George Whitesides were 
named to the BSL's second team. 

One game which exemplifies the deter- 
mination and grit of this team was a 6-5 
loss to Framingham South. Down 6-2 
entering the final period against a strong 
Flyer squad, the Tigers stormed back with 
three goals, coming up just short of a tie. 

"We showed a lot of character in that 
game by not giving up," Cuccinotta said. 

"This was a team that just wouldn't quit, 
and they had plenty of opportunity to do 
so," Heavey said. "They really believed in 
each other." 



Due to budget cuts, the Tigers found 
themselves without an ice rink to practise 
on at the begirming of the season. Finally, 
the team was given the opportunity to 
practise at 5:40 a.m. at Fessenden Rink in 
Newton. 

"I think those practises brought us closer 
together as a team," Burke said. "It was 
tough, but we were able to do it as a team." 

Freshmen Shawn Lothrop and Denese 
Kerrissey shared time in net, combining for 
a 2.3 goals against average, the best for a 
Tiger goalie in six years. 

The strong defensive squad, led by Cuc- 
cinotta and Whitesides, along with juniors 
Mike Mahoney and Greg Mitchell, pro- 
vided stellar defense game after game. 

The Tigers also received standout 
performances from juniors Paul Demaio, 
Jamie Keefe, Scott Marchand, sophomores 
Chris Demaio, Bill Kerrissey, and Jason 
Minaker. 

Overall, the season was a great success. 
The team survived both early practices and 
tough competition and ended the season as 
one of the top teams in the state. 




The 1991 Hockey Team: Back Row: Coach Jack Heavy, Denese Kerrissey. Jamie Keefe, Josh 
SulUvan. Greg Mitchell, George Whitesides. Scott Marchand, Marty Clapton, Michael Mahoney, 
Michael Cucinotta. Peter Abcunas, Stephen Patriarca. Coach Shelley Front Row: Jason Minaker. 
Paul Demaio, Dennis Burke. Chris Cucinotta. Anthony Dismone. Doug Gentile, and Bill Kerrissey. 



SCOREBOARD 


12/15 


Pram. No. 


5-2 


12/19 


Braintree 


7-1 


12/22 


Milton 


2-6 


12/27 


Natitk 


4-1 


12/29 


Wellesley 


6-1 


1/3 


Needham 


9-4 


1/5 


Dedham 


6-3 


1/9 


Brookline 


2-4 


1/12 


Fram. No. 


6-3 


1/19 


Braintree 


6-3 


1/23 


Walpole 


5-2 


1/26 


Natick 


7-1 


1/30 


Somerville 


8-3 


2/2 


Norwood 


6-4 


2/6 


Needham 


5-1 


2/9 


Fram. So. 


5-6 


2/13 


Brookline 


3-2 


Totals: 


14-3 


89-47 



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"(Jet it outta there!" - Freshman goalie Shawn Lothrop wails for the shot as 
iinior M\kc Mahoney ties up his man in front of the ncl. 

"Pass the puck!" -- Junior Doug Gentile Hies down the wing waiting for the 
pass that will lead him in on goal. 




Poised on " D" -- Co-Captain Chris Cucinotta waits 
for his opponent skating through center ice. 

Shot! — Junior George Whitesides sends in a drive 
on goal. 

Goalie beware! -- Junior co-captain Dennis Burke 
winds up to score once again. 



Win the draw! - Junior Marty Clapton takes the 
face off with linemates standing to his right and left. 



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Here we go tigers! - Senior members of the Girls' 
Soccer team cheer their team-mates. 



The Winner - Senior Dakota LaCroix is declar 

the victi 



Season Spectacle 



By MattLaufer 

The first two seasons of athletic competi- 
tion have produced miracles, triumphs, and 
shattered records. Each team had a spectacu- 
lar season, and each team posted its own 
triumphs. Although every game/meet/match 
was worthy of recognition, several moments 
and achievements from the Fall and Winter 
seasons stand out as highlights. 

In Newton North's maiden year in the 
power-house Bay State League's Carey Divi- 
sion, the Tigers won many championships. In 
the Fall, five athletic teams won the League 
Title. Both Cross Country teams won, posting 
undefeated records; the Golf team won; the 
Girls' Swim team won; and the Boys' Soccer 
team won. In the Winter, two teams won the 
League Title: the Girls' Track team, and the 
Boys' Swim team. In North's first two 
seasons in the tough, new league, the Tigers 
brought home seven championships, and 
second place honors in Girls' Soccer, Hockey, 
and Boys' Basketball. Rarely can a high 
school boast so much success in so many 
different sports. 

In addition to dominating league play, 
many of North's teams went on to State 
competition. The Girls' Soccer team went to 
the semi-finals of the state, where they lost to 
the eventual state champion, Winchester, in a 
dramatic, heart-wrenching game. The Hockey 
team lost to Don Bosco, after impressing the 
state in their first round of play. The Boys' 
Soccer team lost in an overtime battle to 
Hingham, in a game that lasted over two 
hours. The Boys' Basketball team lost to 
League-rival Brookline in an exciting and 
entertaining quarter-final match-up. The 
Girls' Cross-Country team won numerous 
honors, including the Division 1 Eastern 
Championships. TheseTigers broke school 
and meet records, and thoroughly wowed the 
state with their dominating performances. 

All in all, the Tigers leapt into the Bay Sate 
League roaring and clawing, and made their 
mark, permanently. And all this— all the 
championships, awards, and records— in only 
the first year in the new league. Who could 
ask for anything more? 






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All for one -- The Tri-captains of the Wrestling team 
swear their allegiance before a match. 

We are Baaad -- Senior tracksters pose before a meet. 



Celebration - The Boys' Soccer team celcbra 

another 1:0 

Down but not out -- Senior Kamau H.it 
watches his team on Thanksciv mg after (viliii 



Peler Martin -- Girls' Track 



Jim Blackburn - Boys' Track 




by Krister Johnson 

It often seems that the success of sports 
teams is attributed only to the performance 
of the athletes, and rarely to the people that 
turn these athletes into teams — the coaches. 
Tha fall and winter of 1990-1991 held a re- 
markable number of achievements and 
milestones for these unsung heroes. 

The Boys' Soccer team's loss in this 
year's State Tournament marked the end of 
Roger Brown's era as head coach. Brown 
finished his 9 years with 3 Suburban League 
titles, the Carey Division crown, and 8 State 
appearances. In Boys' Track coach Jim 
Blackburn's second season at North, Black- 
bum led the Cross Country team to a perfect 
1 1 -0 record and the Bay State title. There 
was nothing new from Girls' Track coach 
Peter Martin this year — just the usual utter 
domination. This fall, the Cross Country team 
completed its fourth straight undefeated 
season, winning the League title and the 
Class A Championship. Martin was honored 
for his coaching on a national level. In the 
winter, Martin led the Indoor Track team to 
its fourth straight undefeated season, the 
Class A Relays Championship, and the State 
Title. This was a special year for Boys' Bas- 
ketball coach Jerry Phillips. He not only led 
his team to a 15-3 season and another State 
Tournament bid, but he also collected the 
200th win of his career. T.J. Williams led the 
Girls' Soccer team to a ranking in the top 
twenty of USA Today's Soccer Poll for the 
second year in a row. 

This was also a special year for Boys' 
Swimming coaches "Doc" Jones and Jay 
Snape. They led the team to a 9-1 season, and 
more importantly, the first victory over 
Brookline in ten years. As Doc put it, "Since 
1980 Brookline has had tough teams with 
State Chsmpion swimmers. The same was 
true this year-but they didn't have the depth, 
and we did. It was very satisfying." 

Newton North is known for its athletics, 
and we are so successful because of the top- 
quality coaches we are priviledged to have 
with us. This article is a tribute to their 
success. 



Coaches 



r.J. Williams - Girls' Soccer 

'ay Snape and Chris "Doc" Jones -- Boys' Swim- 
fiing 



Roger Brown — Boys' Soccer 
Jerry Phillips - Boys' Basketball 




"Quick, pull my finger!" -- Senior Merideth Leonard puts on her 
best smile while seniors Kelly Hunter, Tim Schuneman and Mike 
Rosensweig give her strange looks. 

"Our future?" - Making the most of their free blocks, seniors 
Jimmy Haley. Pasquale Russo, Tony Mariano, John Sambucci and 
John Adams discuss important stuff on Main Street 






Sharin' in the groove — During an improptu 
jam session on friday afternoon, seniors 
Jesse Wegman and Ben Cosloy carefully 
perform guitar solos. 



Peace-ing out — Senior Michelle 
Barry smiles wamily at passers-by 
while trying not to fall of the bench. 



Finkman! -- Senior Dan Finkelstcin rises above the 
rest. 

sit Flaxen beauties -- Seniors Keith Fi/zaro and Michelle 
Russo show off what a little "Nice n' Easy" can do for 



"One of these girls is not like the other..." -- Seniors 

Lillian Puisonc, Anna Mclbin and Lynn Gorgone 
discuss how to net ahead in the world 




Sax Machine - Senior Coby Reinhardt holds a personal jam session , although he Two girls who are friends - Senior Clara Brown and junior Shoutal Mitchell 



does not actually play the saxaphone. 



smile into the camera with their arms around each other. 



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"Are those Bugle boy jeans?" -- Seniors Gena St. Louis 
and Liz Hartner check out men on Main Street while senior 
Karen Ross checks out the camera. 




Placing bets — Mulhng over the Final Four, senior Sarah 
Ellison decides to put her money on the winning team. 



"46 more days!" -- Seniors Joyce Shems. Claudy Levin, and liana Goldwasser throw a pri\ att 

party on Main Street to celebrate the beginning o( Spring 



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"My earring's caught!" -- While working on a project, senior 
Wendy Fraser and junior Gina Baccari stop for a moment to show 
affection. 



Su many activities, so little time -- 

Senior Stefanie DeSantis examines a 
Rock Climbing Club announcement. 





The smell of a kiss -- Seniors 
Meghan Morrissey and Satish Pilai 
sniff Hershey's Kisses while 
unsuccessfully trying to balance 
them on their noses. 



"Just explain once more..." - Pointing out a tricky 
problem with his pinky, senior Mike Umina asks 
senior Holly Mclsaac for help in math. 



"I've got the look" - Suave senior Mattias DeHaan 
leans seductively against a tall post. 



Good gossip - Seniors Carolyn Barth 
and Anissa Toscano take a break at 
play rehearsal to catch up . 

Painted or stamped? -- Senior Holly 
Mclsaac wonders how the M's get on 
M&M's. 




r<W?> 



It's nap-time - Senior Chris Flagg prepares for some ZZZ's during a free. 

Dual purpose - Senior Andrea Useem fills envelopes and does aerobics simultaneously. 

"Is it dust or asbestos?" -- Senior Brenda Bonadio wonders what the crud is on the 
Main Street ceiling while senior Larry Sampson laughs. 




Late again -- Senior Katy Maddox wails for an 
approaching friend at her locker. 

No, second lunch hasn't started >et! -- Hungry 

senior Borris Lozhkin is ready lo eat! 

Standing at attention -- Senior Clint 
Donavan watches the homeroom rush with 
sophomore Kelli Morton. 




Five more minutes - Senior 
Teresa Caruso and juniors Julia 
Cherniak and Marianne 
McGinnis chat before class 
starts. 

Entranced by the message 
board — Freshman Andy 
Demora watches for the football 
game announcements. 



Finding it hard to believe -- Senior Bobby 
Trudo listens to senior Steven Baglcy's 
version of the fight on Main Street. 

In the middle of a good book - Senior Lynn 
Gorgone is interrupted by a pesky photogra- 
pher. 



Alright, who took my books? -- Junior 
Raquel Garay tries to gather her homework 
together. 



GiVE 





Significant Events for the U.S. in the Gulf War 

• August 7, 1990-February 23, 1991 -- The buildup of United States Armed Forces, known as Operation Desert Shield. 
January 9, 1991 — Secretary of State James Baker meets with Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz informing him of President George Bush's warning to 

Saddam Hussein to move out of Kuwait by January 15, 1991. Aziz refuses to comply. 
January 17, 1991 — 2:30 am. -- The air campaign begins, thrusting the U.S. into Operation Desert Storm. 

January 31, 1991 — The Battle of Khafji. United States air artillery attack Iraqi units and troops from Saudi Arabia and Qatar retake Khafji after 12 hours, 
of fighting. 

Fubuary 24-28, 1991 - The Hundred Hour Ground War. 
Febuary 27, 1991 - George Bush announces the War is over. 

• Febuary 28, 1991-8:00 am. -- The cease fire agreement goes into effect. 



at WAR 



1 



In support of peace -- Senior 
Karen Faraca hangs hand-made 
signs on Main Street. 

Waving good-bye - Supporters 
wish the troops off with hopes of 
their early return. 



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ear in Review 



U.S. soldiers 
in The Gulf 

Patrick 
Swayze and 
Demi 
Moore in 
"Ghost" 



Milli Vanilli? 

Former Soviet Foriegn 
Minister Edward Schever- 
nadze 



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Al Pacino and Andy Garcia in "The (lodfather HI" 
Kyle McGlaughlan as Agent Dale Cooper from " I win Peaks" 



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The staff of the 1991 Newtonian would like to take this 
opportunity to extend a special thanks to those people 
who have helped make the production and success of 

this yearbook possible: 



Barry Basset 
Ann Dwyer 
Robert Faulkner 
Ron Fremault 
James Marini 
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The Aliottas 



Congratulations 




Kir 



We love you, 

Mom, Dad, 
Jason, and 
Robin 




We M^ish you much love, 
happiness, and success! 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Jess, 
and Emily 



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Thanks and Good Luck to 
everyone involved with the 

Newton North Mock Trial Team 

From 
Matt and Carolyn 



JEREMY: 



i Felicitaciones! 



All right. . . Jer! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Mike 




CONGRATULATIONS TO JULIE 
AND THE CLASS OF '91 

May all your dreams come true. 
Mom, Dad, and Leslie 



Caitie. . . 

B aloof tah! 

Love you always, 

Mouli, Mom, Dad, Noah, Mars 



€(om^ir(iiMJl(iiH(Bms 
JJ(E>(ii 

We wish you much love, 
health, happiness, and success. 

Mom, Dad, Robbi, and Gregg 



To our ''Brown Eyed GirV^: 



"FIND THE 
COST OF 
FREEDOM..." 




Dear Ali, 

We'll always be 
there for you 
when you need us. 
We are so very 
proud of you. 
Congratulations. 

All of our love, 

Mom, Dad, Missy, 
Charlton and 
Kvber. 



191 



Claudy, liana, Joyce, Lynne, Rachel 

GAS MONEY • EASY ACCESS • SO S YOUR FACE • STOMACH FAT • LOCKER 
SET ON ZERO • SLUMBER PARTIES • GORY STORIES • JUNGLE BOOK BRA • 
ILANA S VICIOUS DOG • BEALS TO BACON • LIGHT MY FIRE, LIGHT MY FIRE. 
LIGHT MY FIRE • YOU'RE WEARING MY COLOR • IT S THAT WHOLE IN MY 
RACKET AGAIN • ASK ME IF I CARE • TRICK OR TREAT • AT LEAST I WON T 
BE SAGGING BY THE TIME I M 30 • BEALS COUNCIL • DONT TAKE THINGS SO 
PERSONALLY • DEAL WITH IT • PICNICS BY THE CHARLES • NEW HAMPSHIRE 
• LIOR VIDEO • PEER LEADERS • BARE-TUSHYS • CAT BOX • BEAVER B-BALL • 
NEW YEARS • SEXAPHONE • PICTURES • WHO'S BIGGER? • KEN • GUM • 
I NEED GYM TESTER • THE 

SNEAKERS • GUYS • LEMON SQUEEZED 

ZITS • LOCKERS • jT^^ ARTICHOKES' 

HAIR 'PINK BOOTS Br -1 _ "WILD AT HEART' 

• BANANAS . ' M fL. ' Ij^^ • PATRIEK - THIS 

SHHRIGHT> i^B^V ^^^^B IS HOW THEY DO 

MARCHING BAND [^i^^Hkrfl^^^^^P 
COLORADO • CLIFF- ^^^^mMM^^^^^ COUNTRY • SHOT 
^^^^^^^^^^H|B GUN 'OLDIES 103 
I.H.O.P. • BONDING ' ^B^^B^^^^B^^ 1 WEATHER ' 
M P S. ' USY ' NEFTY ^^^^KT^^^^^^j^K ' CLAUDY'S ART 
• ISRAEL ' SKIING • ^^^K '^^T^ CLASS ' FLYING 

TALKS • TWINS • ^^^^^^^^ '^^H ^'''^^^^ FROM 

' PIGGING ^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^H HELL ' 
OUT ' "BLUE ^^Hjj^^^^^^^^^^^l CONTACT 
• YO BABY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H • SAILING 
' STRESS ' SHORT ' H^^^^^^^^^H^^^^I I'M SO ANNOYED • 
ILANA +THE NURSE ' RACHEL - CLUE ' WALKING THE TRACK ' IT S LIKE A 
TICKLE BUT A LOT NICER ' MR. BILLIARDS ' LYNNE. CAN I HAVE A RIDE 
HOME ? ' ARE YOU READY FOR LOVE ' ' NOSTRIL FLAIR • JOYCE PUT YOUR 
HAIR DOWN ' I CAN LICK MY BROTHER ' BOS B-DAY CAKE ' SCRUNCHIES • 
WONDERFUL TONIGHT ' OH. ..OKAY ' ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW ' 
BILLY JOEL CONCERT ' ILANA S APPETITE ' IS THERE SOMETHING IN MY 

TEETH ? ' CHEM CLASS ' OBSESSION ' CAN I WEAR THIS ' • FRENCH 
EXCHANGE . .NOT! ' "CRY BABY " • DOUBLE CHIN • WESTIN HOTEL ' SHE S 
MAD AT ME AGAIN ' SO. WHO S YOUR PROM D.ATE ' COLLEGE 



(D(DiM^ir(BilmIl(Bili®iM^ 



Jon 



We're very proud of you! 



Mom & Dad 



GOOD TIMES. BAD TIMES I'VE HAD MY SHARE! MICHAEL- my 1 & only, boo-coo bull, thats all who cares? "Hold on 2 the 
memories" 2/1/90, 2 worlds collided & they could neva tear us apart-4/ 13/88, wildthing, I'd die 4 u. Apollo, watabed, trip plowed IShrs.. 
saggy-butt, we cant go wrong, it is betta the 2nd time around, you're my angel, midget, the mall the mall the mall!, she's got balls! thru 
the window, she is so brutta!, blow up nintendo. no matta what i'll always love u! u r the best thing that has eva happened 2 me! 
fufhsfmf???!. -CHARLIE- budman, i want seeds, get a job. nintendo boy, "it's the cops", get rid of the cans, who spit?, u r numero uno 
lil bro! CATHY- wish u were here, smab, smokey, summer 86 & 88, ramble on, Led-Zep, Pink Floyd, Billy & Sava-why? hey u gettin 
lonely gettin old. dazed & confused, mopeds. u r beautiful, comfortably numb, a song 4 Europe, cant waite sum 91'. JOHN- Shine on 
u crazy diamond, pink floyd 88', u r knockin on heavens door, u will be A. O.K., take me home 2 Paradise City, you're 1 in a million, 
u r always on my mind, "Lets just say I was testing the bounds of reality, I was curious 2 c what would happen, thats all it was: Just 
curiosity" -J.Morrison. SUSAN- what would i do without u?, i guess u get the window. Prom?. I wanna truck, j.c. & j.a. leave her alone, 
good observation, whats cookin ma?, salt n peppa. itchy-skip gym? in her face, wanna b a blonde? I cant drive, but did I hit anyone? 
true friend? Love Ya NIKKI- Bacardi, sum 91' cant waite, you're crazy. Guns n' Roses, Pinky Dink pee-wee, tarot cards, sweatpants, 
bulldog, brillo. It's 11:0:10. the other woman, mr. clean, campin-withoutui'd still b there, testing 1 2 3. love u! SHEBA-ms. photogenic 
89'. dont yell at me. get a job. pick me up 4 a.m. gym. parents just dont understand, buffy. 5 credits 2 graduate. I'm the godmutha. assault 
& battery, luv ya! MAC- union-man, i wont tell Sheba - ya right!, go to your meetings, Mikey play football? PAULA- aerobics 89' 
5 more credits in gym, waldo. pam & rick what really happened?, campin 90'. "I cant do this!". THANX 4 EVERYTHING! ! ! KELLY. 
JEN & MEAH- u 3 r outa your minds. K&J thanx. CHRISTY & JAY u 2 will definately get married, keep smabbin skinney. TRACEY 
ms. president, ha ha we won - even though you're stupid. 1st place!! WENDY congradulations. gossip sessions, i'm not singing, love 
ya! MS.H- i hate every 1 I'll hook u up. inspector?. DAY CARE MAJORS U R #1 ! CATHY J.- u metalhead. smab. a.m. gym again. 
88-90 yeah, that car, thanx 4 everything. MALISSA- sicko, you'll get him back, get a job! love you sislaw?!. 

& WHEN U FEEL YOURE NEAR THE END. WILL U TURN IT OVA & START AGAIN. 

IS THERE A STIRRING IN YOUR HEART. AS THE TIME COMES TO SAY GOODBYE? 

& WHEN U FEEL YOURE NEAR THE END. & THERES A STRANGER WHERE ONCE WAS A FRIEND. 

& U R LEFT W/-OUT A WORD. JUST WHISPERS U OVERHEARD! 
MA & DADDY sorry for bein such a brat & putting up with me. love you & thanx 4 everything u 2 have done 4 me. MA S. u r # 1 . love 
you & thanx 4 the help! TO THOSE OF U I FORGOT: THERE MUST BE A REASON. MIND YOUR OWN BIZNIZ U KNOW WHO 
U R! 



192 



The silhouettes of memories can 
Be made out through the trees 
But time has passed and dark 
Has made their details hard to see. 
I remember that I loved them 
I still feel it in my heart 
But empty time without them 
Has set us two apart. J.B.M. 



TO MATT: 

CONGRATULA TIONS, 
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, AND DAVE 



Congratulations Katharine • Congratula- 
tions Katharine • Congratulations Kathar- 
ine • Congratulations Katharine • Congr- 

Love, 

Dad, Mum, Maura & Chris 

V I ! y 

atulations Katharine • Congratulations 
Katharine • Congratulations Katharine • 
Congratulations Katharine • Congratulat- 



Congratulations 
Joe! 

With all our love. 
Mom, Dad, Liz & Jon 




From Cosmos to Tigers 
Apart after graduation... 
...Together in memories. 

Josh Borus, Doug Cobb, Krister Johnson, Peter Kassakian, Matt 
Laufer, Scott McCarley, Brian Rooney, Stuart Savage, David Travis 




193 




[TO- 



—HEY, YOU GUYS! 

We Did It! 

Congratulations 
and Best of Cucfi to the 
CCass of 1991 




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Thanks for all the Memories 

Melanie - BFF-"Always",What a bargain,Creepshow 2,M+F(87)-Red T.V.,Soft & Crunchy, 
Nude Beaches(??!!) Throw momma... Monarch Butterfly, Cassanova, Sum 88-Down Cabot, 
Jack & the fliers, Fatmen Club, McDonald's boys. Red Banger-nites in Mean Minge.Kg's @ 
J.M.'s, Good Times @ A.M.'s., Woods, Burr. Potatoboy. Young MC(bust a move) In search 
of the eternal buzz, Afro stomach. Rick.Rabbit. Palmer Commons '88/'89. Small things come 

in little packages-isn't that right,trailer park inhabitants?! Teresa- l^s 11-0-10! Sneakin' 

out,Baccardi. Don't let any of your men run me over. Those Dmn. Sweatpants. Phone 
calls. ..Gn'R,Axl. Shannon - "Rona & Stina"(thank God that's over!) Like a little "0"-huh? 
Hot Pink. Real cute! Flowers in Mexican Sunsets. Sabrina- (SUB) What's 2-day's Egg? 
K^TfZI^Where's Julie's key's?! (It's NOT funny!!!) It feels good. LiL Diga Cem? (4 year 
plan) Debi - I-O-U a toss pillow. Ozzy eyes. US 3 IN THE CORDOBA- "make my day" 

WhoRU?! (Heated choco. croissant.) NAPLES!! Farfignuggen. Meeeeeester Donut. 
Summer '90-cold brew. Nites(2) Bakes, D+D (rve got a quarter, can I buy some fun?) 
We're no sldgs - Homegirl. He's the one they call Guadalupe. Jerry Curl. Red Lite Nite. 
Up all nite, sleep all day. Snap - RESE. People call me MAURICE. Deb- how's Daytona 

Waquina? Ja' know? Disacop., C.C. Sandwich., Mr. Clean! Australia '89/'90, RULES! 
(ILU GUYS) Mia, Elle, Mom. Jimmy and Jeff- we love and miss you! Take care. 

Well, C-ya! Nikki 11-20-90 



The Class of 

1331 

bids all graduates 
a fond farewell. 



SEE YOU IN A DECADE 



Your Senior Class Officers, 

Ben Ross, President 
David Travis, Vice President 
Joe Yin, Treasurer 
Clare Golden, Secretary 



201 \ 



CONGRATULATIONS, DAVE! 




AND HERE'S TO MANY 
STEPS MORE 

Mom, Dad, Barney, Owi, Rog, Meg Chris, 
Jim, Allison, Jessica and Becca 





Congratulations, Robin 
Your family is so proud of you. 
Love, Mom & Dad 
Nancy, Len, and Noah 



Our family is full of warmth and love and a very 

special closeness,.. 




... because you are the heart of it, 
Congratulations, Stefanie! 

All our love. 
Mom, Dad, Jeff and Lara 



I. ,y 202 



We're so proud of you^ 
Dave! 



Love, 

Dad, Mom, Michael, Huguette, 
and Tom 




Congratulations, Deb! 



J'our smite fias 
aCzvays brightmtd 
our tivts. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad and 
Jenny 




We're very proud of you! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Dan & Dina 







"Slow and steady 
wins the race!" 

With pride and love, 
Sithoo, Mom, Dad, and "D." 



All the world's a stage 
And all the men and women are merely 
players; 

They have their exits and their entrances, 
And one man in his time plays many parts. 

-Jaques, as you like it 

Good Show!!! 

Love, 
The Armsbys 



Dear Greta, 

There is a light in you. It is in your eyes. It is in your face. It is in your heart. You were born 
with it, you have filled and showered and blessed our lives with it, and you have shared it with every- 
one who has ever known you. We will miss not having you in our house every day, but we know that 
it is now time that you take your light out into the world Work hard, have fun, be happy, re- 
member who you are We love you, we love you, we love you 



May you grow up to be righteous. 
May you grow up to be true, 

May you always know the Truth 
And see the Light surrounding you. 

May you always be courageous, 
Stand upright and be strong. 

And may you stay forever young. 




■Bob Dylan 




And congratulations to Greta's friends! It's been great all these years having you in our home, 
answering all your phone calls, and watching you grow. We wish you the best in your lives. 



SGMKJ! 

Mom and Dad (and Luke) 



2()4 



Volvo 
Mirrors 

Christmas at 
Aunt Joan's 



Pippi 



Foreign 
Students 



12 Acorn 
Street 



Fritz 

Clue and 
Coniston 



Williams 
School 



621 Otterkill 
Road 
Superfudge and 

Betsy Tacy Writing 
Prize 



Flute 



Piano 



Caitie 
and 
Jen 

Milford 
Sound 



Bob Burns 
and Mark 



35 Brae Burn 



77 Big Much 



Mrs. T & 
Phyllis 



Sumpling 

The 
Little 
Brat 



The 
Reef 
The House 
Breakfast 
Club 



26 Cheswick 
Road 



12:30 
Curfew 



Monticello and 
Williamsburg 

Loons 

on the Recorder 
Lake 



So Much Wonderful to Remind Us of You 



Mom and Dad 



Best of luck to homeroom Ml 3. 
You made my day everyday 

Thanks: Henry, David, Michelle, Megan, 
Andrew, Josh, Michael, Linda, Ricardo, 
Beth, Sara, John, Dakota, Elaine, Robert, 
Katey, Megan, Patrick, Eileen, Joe, Nicole, 
and Alexandra. 

Mr. Leofanti 



fir 



With 



4, 



Slppmciation Jidmiration affection 



/ -rr 

^ ' faoT aCt the teacfitrs and administators within ^^///^ 
the 9\(ezvton Tuhtic Schools who have helped our children learn over 
these thirteen years what wdl matter most the rest of their lives. 

From the parents with no school children left 




A big wheel then 
and always! 



WE LOVE YOU, 
Mom 
Dad 
and 
Melissa 



r (XQ^ 



/t is the long-awaited last day of school; time for the final 
walk. We walk down Main Street then break into a run. Red, 
maroon, yellow, green - the colors blur as we whiz past them. 
Our eyes have no time to take "one last look" because they are 
focused on the end of the hallway. 
Flying down the stairs at Elm Road, we burst out of doors and we are free! 
Spin around, jump up and down, yell at the top of our lungs... there is no one to 
tell us not to. 

With shouts of "It's finally over!" still on our lips, we sense a creeping 
feeling sneaking up behind us: nostalgia. We stop our celebration for a mo- 
ment and turn to look back at the institute of secondary education that has 
been a part of us for the past four years. The images flood our minds: being 
herded to homeroom by hall patrols; standing in the wind and sleet when 
someone pulled a fire alarm; avoiding the teachers after having skipped their 
classes and finding your gym clothes from freshman year in your locker. Yes, 
we are happy to have these aspects of high school ride off into the sunset. 
Next year there will be no homeroom for us. 

As we look more intently back at the red brick walls, other memories come 
back to us. We remember our favorite teachers, the important goal that we 
scored, the play that meant so much to us and the friends that shaped our 
experience here. Suddenly we turn to our friends and ask, "remember when?". 

For better or for worse or for somewhere in between, the four hundred and 
twenty-six of us have completed four years of high school. Now we embark 
on the rest of our lives, ready to test ourselves in the "real world". What we 
have learned at North, both inside and outside the classroom, will stay with us 
and shape our experience. 




TVe Once Were Lost, 
^ut 9{pTV Are J^ouncC. 




^irm it ivas, 
And what a time it was, 

It was,,. 
SI time ofinnouncC; 
A time of confidences. 
Long ago,,, it mast 6c,,, 
I have a photograph, 
Preserve your memories; 
^cxj're atlthats left you. 



- 'BOO'XSIJJ^S, Simon and Qarfunkel 







-w--^ ~r m ■ ^ -w- ^ We once were 

1 1 J 1^ /V 

-^-^ ^ -1— J— ^ found on page... 










Favorite Actor: Rich;ird Gere 
Favorite Actress: Julia Roberts 
Most Original: Snufalupagus 



Abcunas 


Peter 


98, 176, 


Abele, 


Karl 


136, 


Abend, 


Phillis 


62, 


Achilles, 


Russell 


55, 


Ackerley, 


Maureen 


168, 


Adams, 


John 


6, 98, 






180, 


Adelson, 


Julie 


9, 98, 


Afienco, 


Robert 


98, 


Ahmed, 


Tariq 


136, 


Alberet, 


Helene 


206. 


Aleman, 


Kerry 


9, 45, 98, 






170, 


Aliotta, 


Tara 


76, 77, 






97, 98, 






162, 206, 


AUain, 


Paula 


98, 


Allen, 


Larry 


62, 


Allen, 


Daniel 


72, 73, 






84, 


Alper. 


Jeremy 


48, 98, 






138, 


Alter, 


Greta 


40, 76, 






77,91, 






98, 125, 






126, 127, 


Altman-Siegel, 


Claudia 


87, 98, 


Amoroso, 


John 


36, 62, 


Anant, 


Hemant 


152, 


Anapolle, 


Lynne 


7. 25, 98, 


Anderson, 


David 


26. 47, 






59, 98, 






127,129, 






138, 


Anderson, 


Zelma 


62, 


Antonellis, 


Nicole 


154, 


AntonelUs, 


Christopher 


3,98, 


AntoneUis, 


Diane 


36, 62, 


Antonellis, 


Jennifer 


79, 


Anzivino, 


Karen 


98, 


Arick, 


Michael 


29, 98, 




125, 126, 








157, 


Armsby, 


Edward 


5, 8, 22, 






91,99, 






129, 


Armstrong, 


Beth Ann 


13, 154, 






155, 174, 


Arnold, 


Joshua 


129, 


Aronson, 


Elyssa 


94, 99, 






146, 174, 






175, 206, 


Arpino, 


Paul 


144, 


Arpino, 


Michael 


55, 99, 


Aschkenasi, 


Carl 


53, 60, 






89, 99, 


Ashford, 


Androniki 


36, 99, 


Atkinson, 


Benjamin 


34, 99, 


Aucoin, 


Aimee 


33, 99, 


Austin, 


Dawn 


6, 


Avishai. 


Benjamin 


99, 



Favorite Band: The Grateful Dead 
Most Original: Zoo Story 



Baccari, 


Gina 


29, 183, 


Bagley, 


Steven 


23,45, 






97, 99, 






129, 136, 






185, 


Bakker, 


Christian 


124, 


Banks, 


Lashanda 


3, 19, 32, 






99, 


Banks, 


David 


162, 


Barbosa, 


David 


62, 


Bamdt, 


Ronald 


62, 


Barr, 


Rosanne 


188, 


Barrows, 


Miranda 


174, 175, 


Barrows, 


Ruth 


62, 


Barry, 


Michelle 


41,51, 




99, 180, 




Barry, 


Mark 


99, 


Banh, 


Carolyn 


5,35,76, 






99, 






184, 


Barton, 


Richard 


148, 


Baryza, 


Jeremy 


172, 173, 


Bassett, 


Barry 


31,57, 




60, 62, 




Bayer, 


David 


164. 165, 


Bazer, 


Mark 


25. 86, 




87, 93, 








99, 


Bazer, 


Nicole 


84, 140, 


Becam, 


Susan 


62, 


Beineke, 


Aaron 


136, 


Bell, 


Robert 


170, 


Belli, 


Brian 


14, 



Belmarsh, 


D&vid 


17, 62, 


Bcmbery, 




62, 73, 


Benjamin, 


Eric 


62! 


Bergstresscr, 


Matthew 


32, 


Berins, 


Jessica 


62! 


Berkman, 




33. 87, 






99. 


Berkowitz, 


Jessica 


146, 


Bernstein, 


Rachel 


80, 


Bernstein, 


Lcnord 


188, 


Berry, 


Megan 


100, 


Berry, 


Rebecca 


39, 100, 


Bianchi, 


Maria 


22! 100! 


Bianco, 


Joe 


69, 


Bilotta, 


Donienic 


100, 


Black, 


Roberta 


62, 


Blackburn, 


Jim 


132, 152, 






160, 


Blackburn, 


Jim 


179, 


Blais, 


Andrew 


44, 100, 


Blanchard, 


Joseph 


100, 144, 






145, 166, 


Blau, 


Miriam 


62, 


Blouin, 


John 


152, 153, 






160, 


Blume, 


Kevin 


52, 100, 


Boden, 


Elisa 


146, 


Bolter, 


Torvald 


136, 


Bonadio, 


Brenda 


100, 184, 


Bonadio, 


Michelle 


142. 


Bonano. 


Clara 


6, 32, 


Borden. 


Lori 


62, 


Borelli, 


Steven 


23! 100, 






125, 


Boius, 


Joshua 


22, 93, 






100, 125, 






126, 138, 






139,142 


Boucher, 


Edgar 


61,62, 


Boucher, 


Ronald 


63, 


Bower, 


George 


63, 


Boyce, 


Kathleen 


140, 


Boyce, 


Christopher 


7, 100, 


Boyd, 


Carolyn 


3,6, 19, 






32, 100, 






127, 184, 


Boyle, 


Kenneth 


100, 


Bracken, 


Cynthia 


100, 


Branch, 


Carolyn 


3, 87, 






100, 


Brennan, 


William 


54, 


Brink, 


Marcy 


73, 74, 


Brockman, 


Jeffrey 


101, 


Bromberg, 


Sarah 


87, 


Brown, 


Roger 


63, 138, 






179, 


Brown, 


Alexander 


164, 


Browne, 


Clara 


6, 181, 


Buechs, 


Bonnie 


63, 


Bunn, 


Andrew 


101, 


Burg, 


Scott 


129, 


Burke, 


Dennis 


133, 144, 






145, 176, 






177, 


Burke, 


Paula 


63, 


Bumam, 


Nicholas 


101, 


Busa, 


Eric 


136, 166, 


Bus a. 


Robert 


23, 


Bush, 


George 


187, 


Butera, 


Diana 


13, 154, 






155, 


Byers, 


Marjorie 


63, 




Favorite Color: Blue 
Most Original: Off-Mauve 



Caceda, 


Everet 


6,32, 






101, 


Caira, 


Laurie 


55, 


Calderone, 


Marie 


68, 


Cambria, 


Michelle 


14, 101, 






140, 


Camilli, 


Leo 


29, 57, 


Caminos, 


Alejanoro 


25,39, 






84, 101, 






164, 


Campbell. 


Kirsten 


76, 97, 




101, 206 


Cannistraro, 


Stacy 


79, 


Canoso, 


Diego 


13, 101, 
128. 


Capodilupo, 


Peter 


63. 136, 






156, 


Capolino, 


Daniella 


101, 


Cappello, 


Marc 


10, 97, 






101, 


Caranfa, 


Lawrence 


63, 


Carballo, 


David 


45,97, 






101, 206, 


Carliner, 


Benjamin 


101, 129, 


Carrington, 


George 


40, 101, 


Carroll, 


Michael 


101, 


Caruso. 


Teresa 


102, 


Caruso. 


Maria 


31. 101, 


Carvelli, 


Susan 


6, 102. 


Castiglione, 


Matthew 


102, 138, 


Chammas, 


Joseph 


102, 



Chsndlcr, 


Don 


69. 




Jack 


172, 173. 


Chang 


Jean 


1 m 


Chiing 


Louis 


16(). 


Chang, 


Christine 


76. 78, 






K8. 102, 






lie i^u 






1 AQ 




NiCOic 




Chapel !c, 


Krisicn 


25. 29, 






80. 102, 






tAf^ i Al 








^ napman, 


niian 


144. 


C harkouclian. 


Lorig 


8 1 , 82, 






87, 102, 






148, 149, 






1 0 

1 jI, 


Chcmyak, 


J r 

u la 




Chhay. 


Leang 




t,-.niong, 


Moira 


146, 


V^lllaliUIIII, 


Erica 


iO, JU, 






OJ, 


ChKhnIm 


M 


1 /u. 




Jonathan 


1 0 1 


Claflin 


Christopher 




CI antnn 


^^artl^ 








I 77 




Michelle 


cc 

JJ, 




Arluro 


0, JJ, 4 /, 












1 1 AA 

ijv, 100, 






1 A7 1 flyl 

Id/, 1(44, 


Cloth 


Air 

Allison 


1 (Y> 
lUZ, 


Cobb 


Oouglas 


\(Yy lift 


Codycr, 


Paul 
r aUI 


lUZ, 




Rhonda 


1 no 


Cohen, 


Joanna 


Zo, oU, 






1 


Coh 


Amy 




C h 


Rebecca 




r h 

0 en. 


Kacnei 


01 \A(\ 






141 1 BO 
141, lOZ, 


Colella 


R h 

0 ert 


M IQ 






70 1 no 

ZV, lUZ, 


Pnlf^ll'j 
V^OlClld, 


Koger 


0 ^A 
z, JO. 






IUJ, IZj, 






1 OA 
1 ZD, 


Collier 


\— ormac 


IJO, 1 J 7, 


r If ' 


Mike 


63 73 






8A 87 


L^ompagnonc, 


C 


WW 
1 \)J, 


Concannon, 


Maureen 


0^ 
Zj, 






80 142 




Leah 


1 4U, 


Conn' 




85 168 




Neil 




Connolly 


fiPrtniHp 
Li uuc 


63 


Cook, 


Laura 


■54, 






fit AfW 






IJJ, 1 J'4. 


opan, 


Holly 


R^^ 87 






10"^ 


Coppola, 


1 eresa 


"Xf* 4A 
JO, 40, 






1 Uj, 


n 1 
t_oppoia. 


Michael 


1 00, 




Jason 


55 103 


Comclli, 


Keoecca 


150 


Cortes, 


Ricardo 


7 00 OA 

ZZ, ZD, 






IVJ, I ZD, 


t^osloy. 


oenjamin 


^"X Qt 
Dj, 7 I , 






in-j 170 
IUj, izy, 






I on onft 

1 oU, ZUD, 


Coslantini, 


ivicharu 


1 vJ, 




Virginia 




f~*Ci\ 1 i 1 1 a rH 


J a son 


39, 


Cowin, 


Williim 
VV Ulltllil 


34 57 






84 103 






1 66 I 67 


L.nDD, 


T 

I omika 


17, JZ, 






162, 163, 




John 


138, 


Cronin, 


D K 

KeDecca 


187 


Crowley, 


Donald 


63, 89, 


Cucina-Clancy. 


Irene 


63, 168, 


Cucinotta, 


Michael 


129, 176, 


Cucinotta, 


Christopher 


43, 103, 






176, 177, 


Cunningham. 


Lea 


103. 


Cunningham, 


Christian 


136. 


Curcio. 


Christopher 


103, 


Curry, 


Gregory 


41. 103, 



Favorite Dessert: Ice Creain 
Most Original: Three Martinis with 
Sauerkraut 



D'AfHitti. 


Joanna 


162, 


D'Agogstino, 


Michelle 


162, 


D'Agostino, 


Christopher 


32, 


D'Agostino, 


Beth 


9. 43. 104, 




148, 162, 


D'Ambrosia, 


Renee 


63, 


D'Amore, 


Loretta 


63, 






r m 

S 209 





D'Avignon, 

D'Orazio. 

Dain. 

Dalicandro, 



Daly, 

Daniel, 

Danko, 

Davey. 

Davidson. 

Davila. 

Davis. 

Dedekian. 

Degnon. 

deGranda-Lyle. 

Dehaan. 

Delicata. 

Dell. 

Dellmuth. 

Deluca, 

DeLuca. 

Demaio. 

Demaio. 

Demattia. 

Demeo. 

Demoura. 

DePasquale, 

DePeter, 
DeSantis, 
DeSantis, 

DeSantis, 

DeSimone, 

DeSimone, 

Dew. 

Dewing. 

Dietrich. 

DiMambro. 

Dixon. 

Dobson. 
Doheny. 
Doherty, 

Donlan, 

Donnellan, 

Donovan, 

Doolin. 

Downs, 

Doyle, 

Doyle, 

Dreitlein. 

Drennen. 

Dudek. 

Duffy. 

Dunham. 

Dvorson. 



Marco 


164. 


Finney, 


Michael 


27. 36. 


Hall, 


Jerusha 


140, 


James 


64. 


Fischbach, 


Steven 


160. 


Hamilton, 


Robert 


27, 


Amy 


150. 162. 


Fisher, 


Aimee 


85.87. 124. 


Han. 


Chang 


170. 


163. 


Fiske, 


David 


24. 43.45. 


Handspicker. 


Diane 


64. 


Theodore 


104. 125. 






105. 152. 


Hansen. 


Joseph 


64. 




127. 136. 






160, 161, 


Harbert. 


Eric 


107. 125. 




137. 156. 


Fizzaro, 


Keith 


181. 


Harrington. 


Katherine 


87. 107. 


Brendan 


104. 138, 


Flagg, 


Christopher 


23, 105, 






142. 143. 


Michael 


32, 104, 






136, 184, 


Harris. 


Charles 


107. 135. 


Thomas 


63. 89. 


Flaherty, 


Margaret 


64, 






136. 170. 


Yvonne 


63. 


Flanagan, 


Bernard 


61.64, 






206. 


Ava 


63. 


Haxer, 


Heather 


146, 


Harris, 


Kalomo 


136. 


Ricando 


164. 


Heming, 


Leonore 


17, 105, 


Harris, 


Kamau 


23. 107. 


Arthur 


57, 


Fletcher, 


Richard 


61,64. 89. 






128, 136, 


Michael 


152. 160, 


Flynn, 


Margaret 


25. 53. 87. 






137.156, 


Jean 


64, 






105. 128. 






178.207. 


Fatima 


64. 


Foley, 


Francis 


170. 


Harris. 


Lisbeth 


39.44. 71. 


Matthias 


104. 183, 


Ford, 


Christopher 


106. 126. 






89. 150. 


Tulio 


69. 






144. 145. 






151, 162. 


Sandra 


64. 






166. 206. 






163. 


Nancy 


64. 


Forsyth, 


Peter 


83. 87, 106, 


Harris. 


John 


64. 


James 


136. 


Fraley, 


Amara 


6, 


Hartford. 


Christine 


107. 


Dionysia 


79. 


Fraser, 


Wendy 


124, 183, 


Hartner, 


Elizabeth 


24, 107, 


Paul 


136. 176. 


Fredian. 


Will 


170, 






148, 168, 


Christopher 


136. 176. 


Freedberg, 


Daniel 


170, 






169, 182, 


Andrea 


28. 104. 


Freedman, 


Judith 


64, 


Haverty. 


Helen 


68, 


Anna 


27.41.76. 


Freitas, 


Beth 


146, 162, 


Heavey. 


Jack 


176. 




104. 146. 


Frenault. 


Ron 


69, 


Heemstra, 


Julia 


81. 83. 107. 


Andrew 


136.172, 












141. 


Beth 


185, 

34. 104, 
162. 


f Favorite Game: Monopoly 

^ vJ ) Most Original: Scopa (an Italian card game) 


Hehir, 


Brandon 


45. 107. 
136, 137. 
156. 166. 


Thomas 


15.64, 












167. 


Monique 


104. 


GallineUi, 


Lisa 


30,31,79, 


Helfet-Hilliker. 


Daniel 


152. 160. 


Stephania 


40. 104, 






154, 155, 


Helland. 


Sturle 


107. 


154, 183, 


GallineUi, 


Sofia 


79, 


Henighan, 


Kathleen 


64, 


Angela 


127, 


Gander, 


Alexis 


182, 


Henriquez, 


David 


3, 35, 107, 


Anthony 


176, 


Gannon, 


Robert 


160, 


Henry, 


Michael 


136, 


James 


63,64, 


Gannon, 


Lori 


168. 


Henson, 


Jim 


188, 


Victoria 


104, 


Garb, 


Suzanne 


25. 106. 


Herd, 


John 


55, 


Clinton 


52, 


Garcia. 


Jose 


128, 172, 


Herman, 


Michael 


71, 85, 107, 


Martin 


136, 164. 






173, 


Herrin, 


Melinda 


21, 107, 


John 


138. 


Garcia, 


Andy 


188. 






162, 


Chad 


29, 104, 


Garland, 


Philip 


136. 170. 


Herrin. 


Patricia 


64, 




166, 167. 


Garrity, 


Paula 


64, 


Hersch. 


Erika 


146, 


Vic 


124, 


Gassett, 


Leah 


146, 147, 


Hillyer, 


Jo Ellen 


64, 73, 


James 


136, 


Gaudet, 


Norman 


64, 


Hitch, 


Rachel 


33,40. 86, 


Anna 


150. 151. 


Geikie, 


David 


60, 64. 






87, 108. 




162. 


Gentile, 


Douglas 


176. 177. 






125. 146. 


Marilyn 


64. 


Gere. 


Richard. 


188. 






206. 


Francis 


17. 


Gerstein, 


Deborah 


64, 


Holcomb, 


Rebecca 


135. 154. 


Clint 


60. 104, 


Ghattas, 


Meredith 


64, 


Hoque. 


Rashendul Ti 


57. 172. 




185. 


Ghatlas, 


Virginia 


64, 


Horsley. 


Megan 


108. 


Mary 


64, 


Gibbons, 


Kathleen 


106. 


Housman. 


Daniel 


108. 170, 


Michael 


104, 


Gigliotti, 


Francesco 


56, 106, 


Hubbard, 


Marilyn 


65, 


Brandon 


170, 


Gilbert, 


Crispin 


164. 165. 


Huff. 


Nicole 


81, 


Fennel 


39. 142, 


Gilbert. 


Marcie 


174, 


Humphrey. 


Theoden 


87, 


Rachel 


104. 


Gilmore, 


Marsha 


26, 28, 35, 


Hunter. 


Kelly 


19, 36. 108. 


Mary 


64. 






106, 162. 






125. 180. 


Anne 


146. 147. 


Girginis, 


Angelo 


57. 106. 


Huntoon. 


Susan 


65. 


Richard 


64. 


Glass, 


Rebecca 


142. 


Hussein. 


Saddam 


187. 


Atwood 


63. 64. 75. 


Glazier. 


Elizabeth 


3. 5, 24. 72. 


Hyde, 


Katherine 


150. 


Leonid 


172. 






73. 80, 


Hynes, 


John 


2. 108. 




Favorite Exercise: Running 
Most Original: Going Nuts 



Eddy, 


Kerry 


105. 


Edmonslon, 


Robert 


105. 128. 






144. 170. 






171. 


Eichler. 


Jeremy 


19. 


El, 


Michael 


32. 57. 


El. 


Pepo 


57. 


Elinson. 


Sara 


105. 168. 






182. 


Elliot, 


Gary 


64. 


Elson. 


Gail 


64. 


Engel, 


Matthew 


136. 137. 


Englander, 


Honora 


162. 


English. 


Jennifer 


105. 


Even. 


Leah 


146. 


Falkoff. 


David 


10.45. 105, 






158. 






172, 173, 


Fallon, 


Timothy 


84, 164, 


Fanelli, 


Joseph 


136, 


Fang, 


Ton-Ming 


105. 150. 


Faraca. 


Karen 


33. 105. 






185. 


Farina, 


Vincent James 


105. 136. 






156. 172. 






173. 


Faulkner, 


Robert 


15,59.64, 






75. 


Feeney. 


Caitlin 


135. 142. 






168. 169. 


Feldman. 


Jonathan 


88. 


Ferzacca. 


Daneille 


174. 


Finkelstein. 


Daniel 


32.87. 105. 






168. 






170. 181, 


Finley, 


Chery 


105. 



Glovsky, 

Gold. 

Golden. 
Golden. 



Goldsmith. 
Goldstein. 
Goldwasser. 

Gonzales. 
Goodman, 
Goodman, 
Goodrich, 
Goodwin. 
Gorgone. 

Grantham. 

Green. 

Greenberg. 

Griffm. 

Grinblatas, 

Grooms, 

Groskind, 

Guild, 

Guild, 




Amy 

Ellsaveathe 

Andrew 
Clare 



Rachel 
Wendy 
liana 

Marianne 

Rebecca 

Frances 

Frederick 

Patrick 

Lynn 

Emily 

Esme 

Laura 

Robert 

loram 

Ain 

Isak 

Scott 

Christopher 

Myma 
Michael 
Atan 
Thomas 



Favorite Holiday: Christmas 
Most Original: National Oatmeal 
Month (January) 



210 



Hadro, 

Hagaman, 

Haley, 



Maura 

Ann 

James 



91, 106, 
125. 141. 
132, 

39, 142, 
143. 

94. 106, 

146, 

13, 

5. 24. 38. 
90. 93. 
106, 127. 
32. 174, 
106, 184. 
7, 25, 106, 
127, 182, 
140, 141, 
140, 
64, 
106. 
164, 

106. 181. 
184. 
146. 
64, 

162, 163, 
144, 
136, 
146, 

22, 26, 106. 

31,63,64, 

72. 73. 

45, 107. 

138, 

64, 

136, 

170. 

64, 



38, 107. 
129. 

107. 180, 



Favorite Idol: Madonna 
Most Original: Hooch 



Ingalls. 

Ingemi. 

Ingham. 

Inniss. 

Inniss. 

Isenstein. 



I 



0 



Jackson. 


Robert 


65. 


Jackson, 


Laura 


81, 142, 


Jacobs, 


Alison 


18, 


Jacobs, 


Matthew- 


45. 89. 108. 


Jarige, 


Alexandra 


146. 


Jodrey. 


Charles 


108. 


Johnson, 


Erica 


142, 


Johnson, 


Esther 


65. 


Johnson. 


Krister 


9. 76.108, 






132. 1.35. 






140. 138. 






179. 


Jones. 


Christopher 


65. 146. 




164. 179. 


Jones, 


Tanya 


39.71. 142. 






143. 162. 


Julakis, 


Michael 


97. 108. 


Julakis. 


Theodora 


44. 108. 




Kadish. 

Kahn. 

Kaleli. 



♦ 



Ronald 65. 
Christopher 170. 
Andrew 144. 
Marsha 162. 
Maxine 162. 
Eden 15. 29. 108. 

125. 142. 

Favorite Joke: Q: What did Dan Quayle 
think Roe vs. Wade was? 
A: The decision George Washington made 
before crossing the Delaware 



Kissing Preference: Boys: Kim Basinger 

Girls: Tom Cruise 
Most Original: Momma from Throw Momma 

Michael 32. 76. 83, 

108. 125, 

Jeffrey 108. 142. 

146. 170, 
Kevser 3 1 , 



Kallikatsos, 


Julie 


65, 




Charles 


65, 


K J poor. 




108, 


Kapplow, 


Grace 


146 


Karakashian, 


Tanya 


10, ' 




Hilda 


65, 


Kasner 


Jocdyn 


41. 108, 






127, 


ICassakian 


\largaret 


142. 162. 


Kassakian, 


Peter 


46. 109. 






138. 150, 






156. 157, 


Kalo, 


Sung 


136. 


Katz, 


Lori 


148. 


Kaufman, 


Louis 


41. 109. 


Keaveny, 


Amanda 


146, 


Keefe, 


Jamieson 


136, 176, 


Kelley, 


Barbara 


65, 


Kelly. 


Julie 


109, 


Kelly. 


Sheba 


109, 


Kelly, 


Helene 


7, 109, 


Kenney, 


Rosalie 


65, 


Kenney-Hall, 


Alison 


65, 


Keirissey, 


Denese 


176, 


Kerrissey, 


William 


176, 


Keuleyan, 


Richard 


109! 


Kiley, 


Sean 


136, 


Kilimnik 


David 


10. 85, 109, 






152, 






153, 160, 






161, 


Kilpairick, 


Ayanna 


17, 109. 






174, 175, 


King, 


Michael 


44, 84, 164, 


Kirsch, 


Douglas 


109, 


Klein. 


Abraham 


109, 138, 


Koeller, 


Donald 


65, 


Kolodny, 




47, 87, 95, 






97, 109, 


Komatsu, 


Masaki 


109, 


Kopcke, 


Charlotte 


65, 


Kom, 


Peter 


109, 


Komitzer, 


Miriam 


150, 


Kowalski, 


Lisa 


146! 


Kreider, 


Mary Ann 


65, 


KuUer, 


Andrew 


97, 109, 






206, 


Kuller, 


Rachel 


87, 


Kunitz, 


Daniel 


55,65, 


Kurzweil, 


Jeffrey 


87, 


Kwa, 


Kenneth 


89, 109, 






164, 



Favorite Lingerie: Bra 
Most Original: Slippers 



Lacroix, 


Dakota 


39, 110, 






170, 171, 


Lahey, 


Anne 


124, 


Lahey, 


Sharon 


146, 


Laitin, 


Arlo 


34, 110, 






138, 170, 






171, 


Landry, 


Bridget 


110, 


Lanigan, 


Mary 


65,73, 


Lanjuin, 


Sophie 


84, 133, 






146, 147, 


Lamer, 


Daniel 


144, 


Laufer, 


Matthew 


35, 52, 76, 






77, 110, 






132, 135, 






138, 139, 






156, 166, 






167. 178, 


Lavine, 


Dena 


65, 


Leavey, 


Patrick 


110, 144, 






145. 206, 


Leavy, 


Nicholas 


45, 84, 110, 






164, 165. 


Leber, 


Matthew 


170, 


LeBlanc, 


David 


24, 110, 






152, 153, 






160, 161, 


LeBrun. 


Eric 


29, 


Lee, 


Cindy 


17, 148, 






149, 


Lee, 


Celina 


20, 


Lee, 


Joyce 


87, 110, 


Lee, 


Sampson 


110, 


Leeds, 


Jared 


7, 39, 138, 


Leehan, 


Georgette 


34, 110, 


Leehan, 


Jean Marie 


110, 


Leger. 


Michael 


110, 


Leger. 


David 


23, 136, 


Lehr. 


Jonathan, 


164, 


Leofanti. 


Peter 


65. 


Leonard, 


Diane 


35,97, 110, 


Leonard, 


Susan 


35. Ill, 


Leonard, 


Meredith 


19, 1 10, 






125, 180, 


Leonard, 


Thomas 


59. 65, 156, 


Lemer, 


Sheryl 


65, 


Lesser, 


Erika 


49, 


Lesser, 


Jonathan 


71, 111, 






144, 145, 






160, 161, 


Leventhal, 


David 


86, 87, 111, 




Levin, 


Claudy 


7, 25, 84, 
1 1 1, 182, 


Mur/ell 1 , 


Andrea 


on ui| 

94. 1 1 


Levin 




1 1 1 


fviar/iiii. 


Lisa 


79. 146, 


Levine 




28 85 111 


Miissauro. 


Mike 


69. 


Levy, 


Melanio 


146 


Miisianiuono, 


Massimiliiin 


1 -Vi. 


Lcwenberg, 


Deborah 


9, 111, 162 


Miit/kin. 


Andrew 


1 3. 34, 36, 


Le wmnek 




U7 111 
oO, (1 / , 111, 






I LV 138. 


Lewis, 


David 


136, 137, 


M- 


Sarah 


140, 






152 156 


azur. 


Scott 


43. 44, 56, 


Liang, 




166, 






58. 76, 1 L3. 


Ursula 


39, 93, 148, 


iviazzoia. 


I- 

bmiho 


65, 80, 


Liberman, 


Joshua 


45, 83, 111, 




Danie 








138, 


Mc Andrews, 


William 


65. 


Lichtinan, 




1 70. 


McCaffrey, 


Arthur 


8, 41 , 91 . 


Liebemian 


Ire^n-i 


9 ^5 




1 1 3, 






52.1 11. 174, 


ivic^^ariey 


Scoll 


7, M 3, 1 38, 






175. 






148, 


Liebermann , 


Deva 


21. 174. 




Brian 


41, I 1 .1, 


Liebman, 


Matthew 


144. 


N4cCarlhy, 


rcier 




Lifson 


Deborah 


9 32, 35 


IS^cCoy , 


Priscilla 


Oj, 






97, 111, 




Matthew 


lit 1 1U 






159, 174, 


N^r^' I'^i'in '1 \i\ 


pave 


1 ni\ 

1 /U, 






175 206 


McDonald, 


Judy 


78, 


Linsenmayer, 


Alysia 


75, 168, 


McDonald 


Jill 


78 




Al 


69 


Mc Donne 1 1 , 


Kristen 


8, 78, 82. 


Lipoma, 




17, 111, 






1 1,7, 


Litman, 


Julie 


6, 28, 1 11, 


McGowan, 


Peg 


65. 


Liu, 




164, 


\AfKi \ iirf 
IVIV.VJUII c. 


Joshua 




Lockwood, 


Gillian 


111, 129, 


Mclsaac 


Holly 


113 1 54 


Logan, 


Beverley 


65, 




1 101 

1 J J . 1 0 ,1 . 


Lokshin, 


Boris 


111, 






184 


Lokshina 


Tatyana 


1 12, 


ivii,i_,au^l 11111, 


L^rinstopner 


In, 1 /U, 


Lookner 


Saul 


164, 


McLean, 




J. 1 1 .1. 


Lopes, 


Christina 


58, 


\A mi i« 

JVI^,lVlitlllJS, 


Daniel 


1 


Lopiccolo 


Robert 


26 36 97 
1 12 


McMiIlen, 


Michele 




Loporto, 


\lelissa 


83, 


ivicrN al ly , 


r 




Lothrop, 


Shawn 


176. 177, 


McNiff, 


Tom 


166 


Lowd, 




19, 74, 


McSweeney 


I a 1 1 r(=» n 


1 1 3 


Lowe 


Jennifer 


26, 29, 41, 






148 149 






112, 


Mekcta 


Deneh 


16. 113. 






127, 138, 


iVlCIL/Ill| 




113 181 


Lucente, 


Victoria 


154, 


Meniioff 


Aaron 


41 113 


Luciano, 


Karen 


65,' 






125, 


Luciano 




81, 


N4ensoian, 


Chris 


1.10, 1 DO. 


Lunin, 


Samuel 


87! 


Merriam. 


Bryan 


30, 1 14, 


Luongo, 


Massimo 


170, 


Mersky. 


Rachel 


114, 


Lusztig, 


Irene 


87, 


Metz, 


Michael 


114. 157. 


Ly, 


Au 


50, 1 12 








Lynch, 


Michael 


1 12, 




Ir^chi 1 T 


172 


Lynch-Winter, 


Christopher 


36, 


^4eyers 


Celeste 


140 


Lyons, 


Kenneth 


164 


Miler, 


Kristina 


1 1 , OJ, I*+o. 

174 


f A IlK Favorite Movie: Pretty Woman 
yiVAy Most Original: Jane Eyre 




^^iles 

Milli Vanilli 

Minaker, 

Mir, 


E 

nn 

Jason 
Lisa 


0 / , 

188. 

176! 

146. 162. 








Maccullian, 


Tracey 


1 12, 






163 


MacDonald, 


Kathryn 


135, 154, 


^4irken 


Nancy 


1 14. 


MacDonald, 


Nathan 


164, 


^4irliss 


Richard 


164. 


MacDougall, 


Allan 


65, 80, 


Mitchell 


Friw nrH 


136. 176. 


MacGowan, 


Bradford 


65, 


N/Titrhpll 


IV/tif^h nf>l 

IVll^ 1 lUCl 


27. 1 14. 


MacGregor, 


Karis 


146, 


\A n 1 1 n ') 
ivlVJIll 111, 




94. 172. 


Mackay, 


Lauren 


8, 34, 76, 
1 12, 126 
146, 


Money hun. 


Amanda 


26. 83. 86, 
1 14 127, 
150, 


Mackay, 


Brendon 


152, 160, 




Lyn 


66, 






161, 


Moody, 


Damien 


3, 55. 1 14, 


Mackie, 


Peter 


65, 


Moonves 


Ashley 


150, 


Mackler, 


Richard 


43, 61, 65, 






66, 


Maclellan, 


Jason 


136, 


^^oore 


Demf 


188, 


MacLellan, 


Jason 


27 


\Ar\w\ ccf»v 


Laura 


14, 27, 55, 


Maddox, 


Katherine 


14, 112, 






1 14, 






185, 


Morrissey, 


Meghan 


28, 76, 77, 


Madonna 




188, 






83, 85. 


Mahoney, 


Gabriel 


1 12, 127 






89, 94, 1 14, 


Mahoney, 


Michael 


144. 176, 






183, 






177 


\Ac\v\c\T\ 


Kellie 


154, 


Maixner, 


Adriana 


112! 


Moure, 


Celeste 


59. 114, 


Mam, 


Nath 


172 






148. 


Mandell, 


Stephanie 


148 149 


Moy 


Tanya 


20. 79. 






174 


\^iiphniW 

IVlUV'lllllJx, 


Victoriya 


1 14. 


Mangion, 


Jonathan 


112 128 


Mullen, 


IpnnitVii' 

JCIIIIIICI 


1 14. 154, 


Manifold, 


Nikia 


19 32 


\A\ 1 1 1 1 o^n 

iVl lilllgd-l 1, 


Edward 


55. 66. 


Manoogian, 


Alexander 


1 12 


\1i inlf pI wit7 


Karl 


47. 50. 58. 


Marchand, 


Scott 


144, 176, 






1 14. 133. 


Mariani, 


Christina 


59 142 
162 






152. 153, 
160, 


Mariano, 


Antonio 


10 1 12 


\J\\ \ T\Tr\p 

IViUIII (Jt , 


Elizabeth 


89. 1 14. 






136, 180, 


Murphy, 


Jennifer 


19. 36. 115. 


Mariano, 


Rosaria 


112, 154, 






125. 






155, 


Murphy. 


Chris 


66. 76. 77. 


Marin, 


Catherine 


59,78, 112, 


Murphy, 


Caitlin 


76. 77. 95. 


Marini, 


Alycia 


16 






93, 114, 


Marini, 


V. James 


S8 f\{\ 

JJ, -)0, DU, 






140, 206, 






63, 65. 


Murphy, 


Paul, 


170, 






75, 154, 


Muzi. 


Andrea 


146. 


Marroquin, 


Thendy 


113 








Marscia, 


Germana 


68, ' 


f X T ^ Favorite Novel: Calcher in the Rve 


Marshall, 
Marshall, 


Rachel 
Jake 


124, 

160, 161, 
88, 146, 


111 y Most Original: Playgirl, May'85 




Marshall, 


Brenda 








Martin, 


Jenny 


150, 162, 


Nagel, 


Jodi 


115, 


Martin, 


Peter 


65, 150, 
151, 162, 
179, 


Nardelli. 


Daniel 


115, 

r «W 


Martins, 


George 


65, 








Marucci, 


Scott 


38, 






S 211 



Nash, 


Loryn 


27, 142, 






143, 168, 


Neisuler, 


Justin 


88. 152, 


Newton, 


Lyn Ann 


115, 


Niccolazzo, 


Giovanna 


68, 


Nicol, 


Ernest 


66, 


Nicola, 


Marcos 


57. 


Nicolas, 


Patrick 


66, 


Nicolazzo, 


Nick 


56, 115. 


Nonhrup. 


Andrew 


87, 


Nowak. 


Eileen 


44, 114. 




Favorite Out to Lunch spot: Hotne 
Most Original: The Piioto Room 



O'Neil. 


Jacqueline 


66. 


O'Neill. 


William 


66, 


O'Reilly, 


Thomas 


115, 136, 


O'Reilly, 


Brendan 


136, 


O'Reilly, 


James 


144, 145, 


Occean, 


Rosemine 


35,71,115, 






150, 151. 






162, 


Odwey, 


Helen 


78, 


Oliver, 


John 


164, 165, 


Olson, 


Krisien 


32, 115, 






128, 


Orenstein, 


Nathaniel 


170, 


Orren, 


Meredith 


75, 174, 


Osgood, 


Donald 


136, 


tVN Favorite Place at North: Library 




L j Most Oris 

^ — y 


pnal: Shua's Locker 




Pacino, 


Al 


188, 


Page. 


Niamh 


78, 146, 


Palermo, 


Domenico 


14, 


Paoli, 


Danielle 


146, 


Pappas, 


Matthew 


160, 


Park. 


Seung Yong 


115, 


Patriarca, 


Steven 


115. 176. 


Patry, 


Marc 


115, 


Paul, 


Maureen 


135. 


Payne. 


Adam 


115, 164, 


Pellegrini. 


Luigi 


68, 


Perkins. 


Janice 


66, 


Perlmutter. 


Rosanne 


61,66, 89, 


Peterson. 


Joshua 


40, 45, 115, 


Petrillo. 


Carmen 


136, 


Phelan. 


David 


66, 


Phillips, 


Leah 


14, 23,25, 






76,77, 115, 


Phillips, 


Aliza 


150, 


Phillips, 


Jerry 


66, 144, 






145, 166, 






179, 


Phillips, 


Cardigan 


170, 


Phillipson, 


Brainerd 


66, 


Pierson, 


Alexis 


74, 


Pillai, 


Satish 


10,53, 116, 






127, 183, 


Pinko witz. 


Andrew 


164, 


Piro, 


Elizabeth 


87, 


Piselli, 


Elaine 


66, 


Pitts, 


Allison 


146, 


Port, 


Laura 


168, 


Posnick, 


Betsy 


66, 


Powdermaker. 


Dorothy 


66, 


Pozen. 


Jeremy 


11,32, 45, 






116, 


Prokopy, 


Maureen 


66, 


Prosser, 


Christopher 


116, 


Pruslin, 


Marian 


66, 


Pulsone, 


Lilian 


41, 116, 






174. 181. 


Purcell. 


Katherine 


116, 


Favorite Quote: "Just Do It" 




Quebec, 


Martha 


146, 174, 


Quebec, 


Sarah 


8,71,76, 






86, 87, 






90, 116, 






146, 147, 


Quinlan, 


Kevin 


116, 


Quinn, 


Heather 


116, 126, 


Favorite Radio Station: WZLX 




Radford, 


Michael 


116, 


Rametta. 


Sandra 


27, 


Rametia, 


Sabrina 


27, 116, 






207, 


Ramond, 


Edythe 


66, 


Randolph, 


Denton 


136, 


Raney, 


Brooke 


95, 116, 


Rapoport, 


Julia 


116, 


Rasala. 


Kathryn 


80, 87, 




Ratta, 


Joseph 


116, 


Schevemadze, 


Edward 


188, 


Rattaseri. 


Navin 


116. 


Schmidt. 


Paul 


170, 


Reid. 


Kerry 


32. 


Schneider, 


liana 


119, 126, 


Reid. 


Richard 


66. 


Schnell, 


Joan 


66, 


Reilly-Raska, 


Laurel 


146, 


Schnipper, 


Claudia 


29, 142, 


Reinhardt. 


Emma 


146, 






168, 169, 


Reinhardt, 


Noah 


7. 19, 39. 


Schnitzer, 


Elizabeth 


162, 






74. 89.164, 


Schofield, 


Sean 


12, 


Reinhardt, 


Jacob 


8,72, 


Schreider, 


James 


66, 






73,116, 164, 


Schuneman, 


Timothy 


119, 180, 






165, 181, 


Scorzelli, 


Christopher 


10, 119, 


Reppert, 


Katherine 


150, 151, 






152. 153. 






162, 






160, 


Reusser, 


Lucas 


152, 


Scorzelli, 


Miriam 


162, 


Reznik, 


Eugene 


117, 


Scott, 


Robin 


146. 


Richard, 


Catherine 


6, 117, 146, 


Scott, 


Lucy 


73, 


Richardson, 


Hosea 


39, 


Scott, 


Tracy 


73. 142. 


Richmond, 


Andrea 


15,25,41, 




168, 169, 






51, 117, 


Seeley, 


Sheryl 


119, 


Riemer, 


Jill 


28, 


Seeley, 


Charlotte 


66, 


Riley, 


Caitlin 


17, 117, 


Seitz, 


Carol 


66, 


Riordan, 


James 


117, 


Serafin, 


Anne 


67. 


Roberts, 


Tami 


146, 


Seto, 


Jason 


119. 


Roberts, 


Julia 


188, 


Shapiro, 


Dana 


20. 119, 


Robertson, 


Michael 


117, 






127. 


Robertson, 


Lincoln 


66, 


Shapiro. 


Linda 


67, 


Rodgers, 


Deborah 


117, 


Shapiro, 


Paul 


67, 


Rogers, 


Veronica 


12,40, 117, 


Sharpe. 


Shannon 


41, 119, 






127, 


Shaw. 


Eric 


87, 






138, 162, 


Shay. 


Hannah 


87, 


Roharma, 


Tara 


23, 117, 


Shea, 


Margaret 


119, 






154, 184, 


Sheehan. 


Bill 


84, 


Roman, 


Irene 


66, 


Shems, 


Joyce 


7, 8, 25, 59, 


Romneos 


Kostandinos 


117, 




119, 182, 


Rooney, 


Brian 


40. 117. 


Sher, 


Steven 


27, 






133. 134, 


Sherman, 


Alexandra 


146, 






138, 139, 


Shishov, 


Michael 


52, 84, 119, 






166, 167, 






152, 


Rosen, 


Richard 


117, 170, 


Shocket, 


Jon 


12,32, 40, 






171, 






119, 


Rosenberg, 


Allison 


94, 117. 


Shostack, 


Robin 


146. 174. 






142. 143, 


Shufro, 


Matthew 


73. 138. 






206. 






164. 


Rosenthal, 


Judith 


66. 


Shum. 


Karen 


124. 


Rosenzweig, 


Susan 


66, 


Sibley, 


Cori 


120. 


Rosman, 


Jennifer 


150, 151, 


Sibley, 


Shane 


120. 






162, 


Siciliano, 


Joseph 


67. 166, 


Ross, 


Karen 


117, 142, 


Sigel, 


Nathan 


166, 






168, 182. 


Silbey, 


Anna 


120, 


Ross, 


Johanna 


66. 


Silverio, 


George 


120, 


Ross, 


Benjamin 


8. 24. 34. 


Simkins, 


David 


172, 






75. 90. 


Simon, 


Jermifer 


49, 87. 






91. 117, 


Simone, 


Vincent 


120. 136. 






126, 129, 






156. 


Rosser, 


Elizabeth 


150, 


Simpson, 


Bart 


188, 


Rossiter, 


Edward 


61,66, 83, 


Sklaver, 


James 


57, 


Rossman, 


Lynne 


61,66, 


Small. 


Christopher 


67, 


Rothman, 


Margaret 


28,79,87. 


Smith. 


Heather 


48, 120, 


Rousseau, 


Michelle 


118, 


Smith. 


Donald 


67. 


Rousseau, 


Philip 


61,66, 144, 


Smith. 


Helen 


67. 87. 


Roy, 


Erika 


28,55, 118, 


Smith. 


Jennifer 


87. 


Roy, 


Marjorie 


68, 


Snape. 


Jay 


164. 179. 


Rozentsvayg, 


Michael 


31, 118, 


Snider. 


Eiica 


26.85. 120. 


Ruffino, 


Jane 


80, 






127, 


Russell, 


Tracy 


36,47, 118, 


Snyder. 


Kathleen 


49, 74, 80, 


Russo, 


Pasquale 


23, 118, 






84, 






126, 180. 


Snyder. 


Brendon 


164, 


Russo, 


Lisa 


27.79. 118, 


Sodager, 


Parastou 


150, 151, 


Russo. 


Michelle 


181. 




162, 








Sofer, 


Raphael 


120, 








Solomon, 


Lori 


32, 


' C 1 Favorite Song: In Your Eyes 




Sonia, 


Michelle 


6.94. 120. 


\ vD J Most Original: "I've Got Five Dollars" 




168. 169. 








Spalding, 


Michele 


120. 


Sack, 


Adam 


28. 118. 


Spalding, 


William 


84. 120. 






125. 






136. 164. 


Saczynski. 


Jane 


150. 151. 






165. 






162. 


Spitzer, 


Frank 


67. 


Salemme. 


Kimberly 


33.94. 118. 


Splain. 


Bren 


136. 






168. 


St. Clair, 


Forrest 


138. 


Salmanson, 


Brian 


32, 


St. Louis, 


Genevieve 


11.21.23. 


Salter. 


Susan 


21. 118. 






81. 120. 






142, 






168. 182. 


Salvucci. 


Laura 


118, 


Stamps, 


Sesaly 


85.86.87. 


Salvucci. 


Sandra 


154, 






120. 


Salvucci. 


Dina 


154. 


Stanton, 


Gail 


87, 120, 


Salvucci. 


Paolo 


57, 118. 






129, 


Sambucci. 


John 


118. 180, 


Stark, 


Robert 


60, 67, 


Sampson. 


Lawrence 


33,50, 118. 


Stein, 


Gail 


61.67. 




184. 


Steinberg. 


Phyllis 


73.95. 120. 


Sandbach. 


Gretchen 


66. 


Stengel. 


Amy 


146. 


Sanders. 


William 


6.32. 118. 


Stephen, 


Daniel 


94. 172. 


Santonastaso. 


Erina 


16. 118, 






173. 


Sapienza. 


Mary 


66, 


Sterling, 


Gretchen, 


67, 73. 


Saris. 


Jennifer 


140. 


Stewart, 


David 


144. 


Sarkarati, 


Miriam 


54, 


Straley, 


Douglas 


136. 170. 


Sarkarati, 


Reza 


84,97, 119, 






171. 






164, 165, 


Stfom, 


Terrince 


121. 127. 


Satran, 


Jennifer 


21,44, 119, 


Stubbs-Dame, 


Cora 


89. 182. 






127, 


Subrin, 


Joan 


47. 67. 






142, 143, 


Sullivan, 


Erin 


75. 


Satter, 


Deborah 


40, 119, 


Sullivan, 


Joshua 


176. 






154, 174, 


Sullivan, 


Patricia 


67. 


Salter, 


Don 


142, 


Sumberg, 


Govinda 


168. 


Savage, 


Stuart 


12,40, 119, 


Sutherland, 


Michael 


.36. 124. 




138, 139, 


Suvalle, 


Douglas 


38. 


Scanlon, 


John 


66. 


Svartstrom, 


Karl 


31. 121. 


Schaefer, 


Tom 


66. 






1.^6. 



Swanson, 

Swayze, 

Sweeney, 

Sweeney, 

Swensson, 

Swerling, 

Sydney, 



Kelsey 
Patrick 
Daniel 
Jon 

Matthew 
Noiman 
Alfonso 



121. 
188, 
67. 
79, 

84, 164. 

67, 

136, 170, 



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rp X Favointe T.V. Show: L.A. Law 
X / Most Original: Sport of Bass Fishing 



Tan, 


Kim 


140, 


Taqqu, 


Yael 


17,49, 


Taqqu, 


Jonathan 


89, 164, 


Tavares, 


Anafidelia 


16, 


Taylor, 


Rachel 


40. 121, 


Taylor, 


Thomas 


84, 164, 


Taylor, 


Tamika 


168. 


Tchetchik, 


Maia 


121. 


Teal, 


Troy 


121. 


Tembelopoulos, 


Elias 


31, 121, 


Tempesta, 


Carmen 


121, 126, 






136, 


Temple, 


Scott 


121, 126, 
128, 


Tenaglia, 


Grace 


67, 


Texeira, 


Charlie 


57,67, 


Thatcher, 


Margret 


188, 


Thea, 


Chhar Hong 


121, 


Theran. 


Rachel 


74, 162, 


Therrien, 


Fredrick 


58, 67, 


Thomases, 


Leea 


121. 


Thomases, 


Becca 


87. 


Thompson, 


Charlotte 


67, 


Thompson, 


Julie 


7,55,85, 






121, 


Thomson, 


Louise 


67, 


Thrasher, 


Meghan 


87, 121, 


Tibbetts, 


Lorelei 


20, 121, 


Timberlake, 


Jessie 


61,67. 


Tolentino, 


Nicole 


121. 


Tomaras, 


Tina 


122. 


Tommy, 


Kurt 


74, 


Tong, 


Judy, 


122, 


Tong, 


Rob 


164, 


Tormey, 


Beth 


11,24, 122, 






142, 






168. 169, 


Toscano, 


Anissa 


35, 87. 95, 






122, 184, ' 






206. 


Trachtenberg, 


Myra 


67. 


Tramontozzi, 


Rita 


148, 


Tranchita, 


Joseph 


162, 


Travers, 


Richard 


53, 67, 


Travis, 


David 


52, 75, 90, 






91, 122, 






126, 136, 






138. 156, 






157, 172, 


Truant, 


Sandra 


27, 36, 67, 


Trudo, 


Robert 


20,40, 122, 






185, 


Trueblood, 


Sara 


122, 


Tu, 


Yen Ter 


49, 


Tubman, 


Shawn 


170, 


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Udler, 


Jamie 


162, 


Umina, 


Michael 


57, 122, 






183. 


Unger, 


Marcia 


67, 


Unger, 


Gabriel 


83, 87, 


Upadhyay, 


Kalpen 


172, 


Upadhyay, 


Ushma 


27, 44, 87. 






95,97, 122, 


Useem, 


Andrea 


8, 30, 35, 






37, 76. 






77. 122, 






184, 


Uttaro, 


Michael 


160, 



©Favorite Video: "Thriller" 
Most Original: Wierd Al's "Eat It" 



Vacca, 

Valone, 

Vanilla Ice 

VanPutten, 

Vecchione, 

Venditti, 

Vermette, 

Vignone, 

Visco, 

Volkert, 
Vongsavath, 



Dina 


154, 155, 


Maria 


67, 79, 


Jantal 


188, 

136, 164. 


Leah 


146, 


Marc 


122, 


Julie 


27,79, 122, 


Ty 


67, 73, 


David 


78, 122, 




125, 


Karl 


122, 


Michael 


36,57, 122, 



Walsh, 


Keyran 


43, 


Warren, 


Caroline 


140, 


Wasson, 


Lillian 


67, 


Watkins, 


Megan 


140, 141, 


Waxberg, 


Steven 


29, 


Weaver, 


Kelly 


123, 


Wegman, 


Jesse 


8, 53, 123, 






180, 206, 


Weiner, 


Benjamin 


54, 123, 


Weiner, 


Burton 


67, 


Weisbrod, 


Lucien 


67, 


Weld, 


William 


188, 


Wellenstein, 


Allan 


35,52,72, 






73, 123, 


Wells, 


Montgomery 


67, 


Wertheim, 


Jill 


150, 


West. 


Earl 


11, 126, 


Westlund, 


Molly 


94, 123, 






146, 


White, 


Colleen 


146, 147, 


White, 


Jeanne 


67, 


Whitesides, 


George 


39,72, 73, 






176, 177, 


Whiting, 


Michael 


123, 


Wieder, 


Margery 


67, 73, 


Wilboum, 


Erick 


59, 


Wilkins, 


Michael 


136, 


Williams, 


Thomas 


67, 133, 






143, 142, 






135, 179, 


Willis, 


Neil 


123, 


Winslow, 


Julie 


123, 


Wolfe, 


Anne 


67, 


Worth, 


Colin 


123, 129, 


Worthe, 


Ben 


152, 153, 



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Favorite Year at North: Senior 
Worst Year at North: Junior 



Yen, 


Chi 


55, 


Yerardi, 


Kevin 


123, 


Yerardi, 


Debby 


123, 


Yi, 


May 


20, 


Yi, 


Tony 


20, 79, 


Yin, 


Joseph 


5, 24, 47, 






53,75,91, 






94, 123, 






129, 164, 


Yook, 


Byeong Uk 


123, 


Yook, 


Ji Yeong 


123, 


Young, 


Judith 


123, 


Young, 


Jason 


136, 




Class in which we Zone Out: Math 


@ 


Most Original: Gym 




Zakak, 


Rita 


124, 129, 


Zaki, 


Sandra 


79, 


Zangari, 


Michael 


89, 


Zarchan, 


Ari 


15,21,62, 






124, 


Zaremba, 


Anne 


23, 124, 






126, 184, 


Zeng, 


Charlene 


50, 124, 


Zerdelian. Richard 


124, 


Zilberman, Alexandra 


9, 124, 154 


Zolli. 


Sheila 


67. 



Colophon 



Congratulations on making it through 
the 1991 Newtonian! 

Volume 81 contains 224 pages and was 
the result of approximately one thousand and 
eighty hours devoted by the Newtonian staff. 
Volume 8 1 , including its 24 color pages and 42 
spot color pages was produced entirely on 
PageMaker 3.02 and Microsoft 4.0. 

Five hundred copies of this book were 
printed, and an additional five hundred copies of 
the supplement to volume 81 were printed. 
Volume 81 was distributed on Monday, May 20 
1991, the week of the Senior Luncheon. The 
supplement to Volume 81 was available for 
distribution on August 28 1991. The budget for 
volume 81 was approximately $31,500. 

All body copy was in 12 point Times, 
while the captions were in 9 point Times bold. 
Headlines ranged from 65-90 point. All the 
dividers were in 70 point Zaph Chang. The entire 
book was in Times with headlines in either Zaph 
Chang or Times. Student Life's headlines were 
in Zaph Chang. Academics used Type Align in 
Zaph Chang type. Both Clubs and Organizations 
and Athletics contained headlines in Times in 
both bold and outline form. The Senior Section 
and the Index were in Times. 

The design for the cover was created by 
the staff and produced by Jostens. The "N" that 
appears on the cover was embossed in to the 
book, while the "1991 Newtonian" is debossed 
and appears in Zaph Chang orange. The entire 
cover is in a matt finish. 

After careful consideration, the staff 
chose "We Once Were Lost, But Now Are 
Found" as the theme for volume 81, because it 
described the slow progression and transforma- 
tion that most of us experience from freshman to 
senior year at Newton North High School. 

The staff would like to thank our 
production manager Karen Stariha and our 
Jostens representative John Neister for helping us 
pull this book together. We Did It!! 



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Most Original: Leo Tolstoy 



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